On a sunny day, two friends were dreaming of what they would become in the future. One said he would like to rule his country as a president though at that moment he didn’t attend any formal school while the other said he would like to be a Gardner for a president. To the one who aimed at becoming president, everybody was created to be a leader at one level or the other, which needs a systematic approach to attain. The one who dreamt to be a Gardner noted that his inability to acquire education cannot afford him opportunity of becoming influential person in the society. He vehemently made jest of his friend, describing the dream as unattainable.
The first friend enrolled at school acquiring different knowledge, especially in the areas of politics and public administration. After graduation, he joined a political party and vied for different political offices and lost several times until he won his country’s presidential election and became president. One day, he informed one of his aids to look for his friend and appointed him as Chief Gardner. The vital lesson is that whether in business or personal life one needs to dream big and act systematically on its attainment. Steve Case, co-founder of AOL says “You shouldn’t focus on why you can’t do something, which is what most people do. You should focus on why perhaps you can, and be one of the exceptions.”