Why should you stop dreaming just because you’re not a kid anymore?
A lot of people ask why I do what I do. It comes down to why we do everything we do. It comes down to the very power of imagination. It comes down to how you feel when you’re a kid playing with toys. If you ask a kid, is this possible kids are going to go, yeah, of course it’s possible.
If there’s one thing you live by, don’t be afraid of failing. It’s only through failure that you learn. It’s only through experimentation that you find out how far you can push it. It’s okay to fail as long as you learn and you don’t repeat the same mistake again.
But then straight out of that, there’s the attitude of picking yourself up and dusting yourself off.
That’s what Inspired By is. It’s not just about the limits of human endurance. It’s about the limits of imagination. It’s about pushing the limits of what’s possible.
Kids don’t see obstacles. They see a problem to be solved and they put their theater on side and they use their imagination to solve it.
I want to remind people, you really don’t want to let go of your imagination. You don’t want to let go of that spirit that you have when you’re a five or six year old boy or a five or six year old girl. You don’t want to lose that dreaming ability, that imagination to see things that aren’t there, see the future, to design and dream and build stuff that has never existed before. Not only has it never existed before, but no one could ever perceive something quite so big and outrageous.
There are no limits to your imagination. There is no limit to what possible. You just got to dream big and go for it. That’s what Inspired By is all about. That’s what the life is about.
There is no dream too big. There is nothing that we can’t do when we put our minds to it. That’s why we do this.