Consider this case: a young stage actor from the Midwest goes to Hollywood to break into movies. A year and a half later, he finally lands his first role playing a bellhop. But as soon as he delivers his line, a powerful studio producer takes him aside and yells, "You ain't got it, kid. You ain't got it!"
Some would take this as a sign and give up. Not this young man. He marches forward and works hard to reach his dream, doing carpentry on the side to pay the bills.
His persistence pays off when, ten years later, he gets a game-changing part: Han Solo in Star Wars.
You'll find the rest of Harrison Ford's incredible story in Dream It Do It, along with inspiring true tales about other successful dream achievers including Maya Angelou, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Gloria Estefan.
Read about people who've overcome personal obstacles to reach their dreams, including the amputee who becomes a champion skier, the refugee who arrives in the U.S. without a coat or even a dollar in her pocket and now owns 25 nail salons, and a little girl with a passion for airplanes who grows up to become an astronaut.
After learning valuable lessons shared by 37 dream achievers, learn how to revive and go after your own dreams using Dream CPR.
Back to the question -- can a regular person ever hope to achieve his or her dreams?
Of course. The people showcased in Dream It Do It are proof. They're ordinary folks accomplishing the extraordinary. When you resuscitate your long-lost goals and dreams and develop the Ten Essential Elements of Dream CPR, you too can reach your dreams.