|"I have a dream"
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in his famous declaration envisioned a move from poverty, separation, and desperation, to lead people to dream and work for more. For better lives, for equal treatment, for simply sitting at the front of the bus. He worked as champion for opportunity and equality. His dream, and the dreams of others have inspired the champion spirit in the lives of millions of people worldwide. Nothing is as real as a dream. The ultimate success in life is that if you achieve your dreams and goals while you are growing old, you will never be old.
Dreams cultivate joy to the heart, light to the eyes, music to the ears, and life to the whole being. Unfortunately, dreams can be assaulted by drugs, alcohol abuse, low self-esteem, violence, and crime. Goals are threatened by suicide, compulsive behavior, depression, teenage sex, pregnancy, truancy, illiteracy, dropping out of school, and family dysfunction. We are surrounded by elements that try to destroy us.
And yet, we have never before, in all history, been better equipped to deal with challenges. To dream for ourselves and inspire others. To set goals. Igniting dreams of greatness against tremendous odds is our right. Everyone can achieve personal greatness.
The Youth Motivation Institute provides you with resources and ideas that will help you go as far as you can - and then even further.
In 1978, Darol Wagstaff and his associates began providing programs and materials for people around the world. Their audiences range from one, in the oval office of the White House, to millions of people watching national television. The champions for life team emphasizes greatness, achievement, and purpose at home, school, and work. They teach everyone to be champions for life.
Champions For Life Success System for Youth