Dreams don't come true overnight. If they did, I would have had a New York Times Best Seller seven years ago. But dreams aren't that simple.
Dreams require work. And lots of it. They require trial and error. Lots and lots and lots of error. And failures. And trying something new. And watching that fail. And then trying yet something else.
Trust me, I am an expert at this stage. The failing stage, that is. Just ask my parents, they won't even hesitate to tell you how often I fail.
Dreams don't come true overnight.
They are earned. Through years and years of hard work. Sacrifice. Sleepless nights. Trial and error. And lots and lots and lots of failure.
I have been writing seriously for seven years. Poetry. Short films. Screenplays. Novels. Memoirs. Short stories.
But dreams don't come true overnight. So I must keep working. Keep writing.
Because dreams do come true. Just not overnight.