Too many people limit themselves by the narrowness of their vision. They think small, like a frog at the bottom of the well who looks up, believing the sky is only as big as he can see at the top of the well. If he climbed up, of course, he would have an entirely different view.
There is a story about how the late Martin Luther King, Jr., was sitting in the back of the bus saying to himself, “I may be in the back of the bus, but I left my mind in the front of the bus. One day I am going to put my body up there where my mind is.”
He had a vision of equality that he crafted into a reality. Vision holds promise and possibilities. However, vision without work is a dream; and work without vision is drudgery. You need both.
At the end of the day, what would you rather say? “I’m glad I did” or “I wish I had.”