When most people pick up a comic book, they see a comic book. (Or a “graphic novel,” if you want to be all fancy about it.)
It’s printed like a comic book.
It’s bound like a comic book.
It feels like a comic book.
But that’s not what Dexter Jacobs saw when he picked up an issue of Daredevil. He saw something completely different.
He saw a wallet, which is what he gave me when he attended the last Quitter Conference. Why did he see that? Because dreams never look the same to everyone. Some see a comic book. Some see a wallet. Some will see a business or a butterfly.
Stop killing yourself if people don’t see your dream. Maybe they won’t at first. Maybe they won’t ever.
You’re unique, and so is your dream. If somebody else saw the exact same dream, it wouldn’t be yours anymore. It would be theirs.