I’ve just returned from the 2013 Global Information Network Leadership Cruise to Nassau, and the overwhelming sentiment I’m coming away with is Kevin Trudeau’s oft-repeated phrase, “Don’t let anyone steal your dreams!” First, don’t let your own mind steal your dreams, which means to monitor that inner voice inside your head that says things like “You can’t do that” or “You don’t know enough about that” or some such silly nonsense. Second, don’t let your family steal your dreams by saying “No one in our family ever went to college” or “Who do you think you are to think you can start a business?” and so on. And certainly don’t let your friends steal your dreams by discouraging you or trying to stop you from going for it. If so, my advice is to get some new friends. And don’t let “society” in the form of TV, Internet, newspaper, advertising, etc. steal your dreams. I say, if you can dream it and imagine it, you can do it. Get help, get support, get education and training, get whatever it takes to help you reach your dreams. And remember Napoleon Hill: “Whatever the mind of man (and woman) can conceive, and bring itself to believe, it can achieve.” Don’t let anyone steal your dreams!