There’s a great quote that I’ve used over and over again from the TV show Billions.

Bobby Axelrod, the hedge fund person, who literally grew up with no money, dreamt very big.

There’s a scene where he is talking to Taylor, a simple yet powerful character who is so brilliantly portrayed.

He looks at the sky and says:

You get one life, so do it all.

It’s a great scene, you can Google it, or find it on Youtube. As a matter of fact, I’ll put the scene down below.

I was telling somebody the other morning, dream big.

You have two choices in life: you can either dream small or dream big.

Donald Trump, our President, whether you like him, love him, hate him, despise him, or whatever emotion he brings in, that man’s whole life was dreaming big. He had a TV show, made money, traveled the world, did whatever he wanted to do, and he became President. He dreamt big.

Every successful man or woman dreamt big. They didn’t dream small.

Because dreaming big takes as much time and energy and effort as dreaming small. As a matter of fact, if you think about it, it literally takes the exact same effort.

So, here’s what I want all of you to do.

I want all of you to write your dream big list down.

What are your dreams? What are you big dreams? What do you want? I’ve got by big dream.

The people I hang with, whether it’s friends, lovers, I want them to dream big with me. Because if they dream big with me, then guess what? We’ll be able to support one another in our big dream. Because, that’s what we have in life.

Anybody can dream small. Anybody can. Small dreamers are the worst dreamers because they’re usually the ones who are looking to take from other people, and they can never seem to get their financial situation right. And they can never really find the love that they want.

Why? Because they don’t dream big.

Once you dream big, you literally have this vision inside your mind and inside your heart, and inside your soul, and you’ll be able to manifest it and you will then have it. Because all the small dreams that come your way, you’ll look at them and say, no no no.

I don’t want this small dream.

I’m going to continue on my big dream.

Big dreams take the same amount of effort, the same amount of time, so why not dream big?

And as Bobby Axelrod said to Taylor, you get one life, so do it all.

How are you going to live it?

How are you going to dream it, and how are you going to create it?

That is the question. Dream big.