Our expert says:
I think a lot of modern social conditioning, like the Idols show, gives kids a very damaging and false idea, that ANYONE can have ANY dream they choose - and that you can start at the top. You don't learn to sing well ( and give up if you really don't have any voice or musical abilities ) they tell you - start as an Idol.
I will never be an Olympic athlete - I faced that fact long ago, and chose different dreams, which I worked towards and achieved.
So dreams are like beacons, they are what you work towards, maybe never fully arriving there, but getting nearer to.
Its hard for me to comment on how you might achieve your dream, as you don't reveal to us what that dream is.
Why do you focus on the idea that is is somehow essential for you to leave the company where you work, if you are ever to achieve your dreams ? Is it really impossible to do both ? One must earn enough money to support oneself, but that doesn't stop one from working towards dreams in one's spare time, maybe volunteering in charities or as unpaid assistants in a field that interests you, to gain enough experience to realistically see if there are opportunities for you to move to a paid post in that field.
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