I absolutely love the quote by Roosevelt that states "Whenever you are asked if you can do a job, tell them, "Certainly, I can!" Then get busy and find out how to do it." Every time I hear it I am reminded of the many examples of folks with little more than an idea who ran with it all the way to great achievement...
Did they have any idea the magnitude of what the dream would become? I think if we asked them personally at least 6 out of 10 would say they did not. Yet following their dream turned out bigger then they likely could have ever imagined.
It is said that Colonel Sanders was in his retirement years when he went out looking for a way to supplement his retirement. What he wound up with was the first true beginnings of the fast food industry.
Steve Jobs (co-founder of Apple Computer) and Bill Gates (co-Founder of Microsoft) were both college students when they decided to take up and follow their dreams.
I cite the examples above of folks who took a dream and ran with it in a big way. Does this mean that I think that we're all guaranteed success? No I don't, but I do believe one thing without a doubt... If we don't give our dreams a shot we already know how far we will get.
Here's to your success, Josh Hinds :-)