Dream big. Start small.

What’s the secret to achieving big success in life?

Baby steps.

Certainly, no one would say U.S. track star Allyson Felix takes baby steps anymore. In fact, with speed and focus, Allyson is taking huge strides toward her goal of being the most decorated athlete in Olympic track and field history. With just one medal win in Tokyo, she will tie Carl Lewis’ record of 10 Olympic medals. With two, she gets closer to being known as the Greatest Of All Time.

But Allyson’s journey to the Olympics, as with any of our Olympic heroes, did at one time start with only baby steps and a dream.

What’s your Olympic-sized dream? What would you like to accomplish with the rest of your time? As author C.S. Lewis once famously said, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” And I can help get you started on that first step. Once you’re on your way, there’s no telling how far you can take it. Together, we can get you taking leaps and strides toward your goals.

I hope you enjoy these articles about what’s happening in our world and economy today – I know I did. Let me know if they spark any new ideas or dreams for you.

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