Holla! What are you willing to do to get what you want? Seriously? Are you ready to stop making excuses and actually accomplish what you want to? So many things start with the reasons why you cannot. What if you shifted your focus on the reasons you could do something. What is it you want to accomplish? What dreams do you have? We have a million reasons why we don't do what we are truly hankering to do.
Some of the reasons/excuses are:
Not enough time, not enough money, not enough support, don't know where to start, too busy, not good at what you want to do, family or friends think it is stupid, too many people doing it already, desire to have a certain outcome, afraid of seeming selfish, you don't know what you want and many more. This list is in no way a complete one. There are many, many more excuses that I am sure you can come up with. Regardless of the nature of the reason/excuse there are no ones that actually can hold a candle to the truth. The truth is, of course there is no reason you cannot succeed at your dreams. You are absolutely capable of doing whatever you set your mind to and are willing to work for. The issue is with your excuses and your actual desire to be somewhere you aren't yet.
When you want something bad enough you won't stop to get it. When you want your dreams as much as you want food to eat when you are starving, warmth when you are freezing, air when you cannot breathe, or love when you are desperate and lonely, you will stop at nothing make them a reality. You won't worry about whether you got enough sleep or if someone thinks you are selfish for pursuing your dreams. You will stop saying you don't have enough time and will use the time you used to use making excuses to get closer to realizing your dreams. When you are done with the reasons you cannot you will only have the reasons you can…When you want something else more than what you have in this moment, you are well on your way.
I have always wanted to write consistently. When I graduated from college I promised myself that I would write regularly. It took me over a decade and a half to make that happen, but it happened when I was done with not having that dream be a part of my life. It doesn't matter if I want to get sleep, I want to write more. It doesn't matter if I am missing seeing my friends, I have a dream that needs my attention and I will give it that until it grows into what I know it can be. Nothing and no one will get in the way of my bringing my dreams into this world. There is no reason good enough to stop me from being happy. No excuse valid enough for me to abandon what I truly want for myself. My dreams are not about pleasing or making others comfortable. It is about me doing what I want and loving it. That is pure love, that is happiness.
So, what did you say you wanted?