You ever have those days that you are doing something on the side when you really should be about the task that’s in front of you! You find yourself writing, drawing or doing some kind of day dreaming.
While this may not be the best thing to do at school or work, its always good to do this kind of thing during slow, boring and quiet times.
When was the last time you ever picked up a good book or magazine or comic. Have you started on a journal so you can record all of your deep, creative, personal and random thoughts.
When was the last time you daydreamed. What was it about!? Did you use it to your benefit!?
Daydreaming was never wrong to begin with. Awesome and beautiful things happened because it started with dreams, visions and ideas. Those ideas, brought about by action-taking Faith and motivation and purpose, grew to become more than just a thought, but a business, a place, a movie, a cartoon and so on!
How can you benefit from your daydreaming? How can you benefit from those crazy and random ideas of yours?
1. Write It!!! It doesn’t matter how good of a writer you are. If anything, write it down somewhere while its still fresh from the oven of your mind.
2. Talk About It!!! Let someone know what’s happening in that head of yours. You might be surprised about the reactions you get. Some may think you are a little “different” or a little “eccentric,” but who cares!? If its something you are passionate about or believe its worth giving a try, check into it and ignore the skeptics.
3. Research It!!!!! I was up till 2 a.m. one night, and I was sitting in my room, wondering where my life was heading as far as a career was concerned. As I sat there in my room, I realized God was not only calling me into ministry, but was also calling me into cartoon work. I kept daydreaming about the idea of drawing and cartooning, but that’s all it was. I knew my skills were not the best. I daydreamed and thought about it more and more…so much so, it moved me to give drawing a try. I keep practicing and practicing. Before I knew it, a year later I started drawing my comics. Even my confidence and self-esteem improved.
You may be daydreaming the very thing that God has ultimately called you and designed for you to specifically do!