From Dream To Reality

5 Steps To Help Accomplish Your Goals

I have been a dreamer my whole life. At my first job, as an IT engineer, I dreamed of a career in project management. It took several years, but I didn't give up. Eventually I was named a junior project manager. When trying to figure out how I have converted various dreams into reality throughout my career, I realized I took several steps that others also could follow: Make room for your dream, Share your dream with others, Set a deadline, Stay flexible, and Be persistent.
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