“The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts.”
Sometimes, that big dream can feel out of reach or so far removed from reality that it feels untouchable. I want to remind you of something. That big dream is more powerful than any obstacle or doubts you might have. If you believe in yourself and believe in your dream you will find the fuel to keep on going, discover that sense of purpose and an endless source of motivation. All successful entrepreneurs, creatives, athletes, gurus … whatever your path … started out as dreamers. Let’s keep dreaming!!
Albert Einstein, born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, was a brilliant physicist and one of the most creative minds in history. Einstein’s creativity extended far beyond his scientific discoveries, permeating his approach to life and problem-solving. His revolutionary theories, such as the theory of relativity, emerged from his exceptional ability to think imaginatively and question established conventions. Einstein believed that imagination was more important than knowledge, as he recognized that creative thinking opens doors to new possibilities. His unique perspective allowed him to challenge conventional wisdom, break free from traditional boundaries, and reshape our understanding of the universe. Einstein’s legacy as a creative genius continues to inspire generations, reminding us of the transformative power of imagination and the importance of embracing curiosity and unconventional thinking.