Have you ever had a brilliant idea that you were excited about, only to find yourself stuck in the planning stage, unable to execute on it? or Maybe you’ve been talking about it for years, but the thought of bringing it to life feels daunting and overwhelming. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone.
For me, this was the story of the podcast I’m about to launch called: Radical Clarity with Yetunde Shorters. I had been talking about it for years, even going so far as to have someone record an intro for me. I recorded a few episodes, designed a cover, but ultimately felt overwhelmed by the process. And so, the idea remained just that – a beautiful thought that never manifested.
But then, something changed. I found a company, run by an old colleague, that was able to take my ideas and make the process of launching a podcast simple and pain-free. Thanks to Ike of Jammit Studios, my dream of launching a podcast became a reality.
This experience has taught me an important lesson – it’s never too late to execute on your dreams. Even if it takes eight years or more, holding onto your torch and staying committed to your vision can pay off in the end. And even if your impact is just one life, that can be enough to create a ripple effect, inspiring others to pursue their own dreams and desires.
So, I encourage you to hold onto your dreams, no matter how long it takes. The right time, resources, and opportunities will present themselves when the time is right. And when they do, seize the moment and take action. Who knows what kind of impact you could have on the world? The possibilities are endless.
The point is, don’t let fear or overwhelm stop you from pursuing your dreams. Keep your torch burning, and one day, your dream could become a beautiful reality.