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Goodbye To The Dream Killers


Who are dream killers? Dream killers are people who always speak negatively and don't really want to give credit where it's due. They always want to diminish the success you've had and they are constantly finding ways to make your success seem like, oh, well that's not a big deal or there's somebody out there that can do it better than you can.


There are dream killers in our workplaces, social networking groups, social media, and sad to say, even in our families; I mean, they are just everywhere. Typically, dream killers are going to be people who seem to have it together, or they at least sometimes pretend as if they do, but really they're insecure about who they are and don't love themselves enough so you'll find that these people project their negativity on others because they're not happy with themselves.


We have to understand that there are always going to be haters in what we do. Push Strategist LLC and Push Talks Podcast are all about positive messaging but if we don't address these dream killers and these haters, you will think you’re isolated in experiencing this and stop yourself on the journey, the purpose! NO! Do not allow yourself to be distracted.

There is enough to be done in our world and everyone has a purpose and calling. God put us on this earth to be successful in something. And even those dream killers, if they only took time to focus on what that purpose is, would be along with us on the journey instead of trying to stop us.


But we need dream killers. Why? I find that sometimes dealing with dream killers can be helpful because it motivates you to keep going and it's all about perception. You have to know how to take negativity and use it for fuel. There's a scripture I love in the Bible that says, ‘And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.’ We must take all perspectives in life and use them for our good.


You can take whatever negative situation is brought to you from what somebody says or how they don't support you or how they try to stomp on your dreams and aspirations and use it towards your good and I always use it to motivate myself.

I use dream killers’ negativity to motivate me, to say, “I'm gonna keep pushing forward. Thank you.”

The fact that somebody is paying attention that much, the fact that somebody finds that what I'm doing is enlightening and is really spending most of their day thinking about what I'm doing and how I'm doing it, makes me know that I'm doing something right.


We only live this life once and we have only so much time so it's not good to waste our time on things that don't matter. Before you allow someone to shake and shift your emotions ask yourself this: Are they really worth it? Is it really worth you even spending time that you won't get back by pondering on why would they say this and why would they not do this?


The reality is we have so much that if we spent less time thinking about what people say or not letting them move us, we could achieve that goodness. You just keep moving forward and knowing that you have people who are willing to support you. And if you don't feel like you do, you have your Push Strategist here who is always rooting for your success!


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