I like to attend baseball games when I am traveling. A few years ago, I was with my son Riley in San Francisco, and during a break in the game they started playing “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey. It was an amazing experience to stand with 45,000+ of my fellow baseball fans and sing it together. The energy was amazing.
What topped it off … Steve Perry of Journey was in attendance that night. The crowd really lit up when he was flashed up on the big-screen singing with all of us. I will never forget that experience. (keep reading to see Journey sing it live)
Most people at times feel defeated, alone, and like they can’t make an impact in the world. At those times it’s best to “Don’t Stop Believing.”
If you are a small town girl, living in a lonely world. If you are a city boy, born and raised in south Detroit. Roll the dice, just one more time. Some will win, some will lose, and some of us will sing the blues, but not taking the shot is a guarantee we won’t make the goal.
Don’t stop believing YOU can make an impact in this world. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead.
If you feel down, get up and sing. Blast “Don’t Stop Believing” from you boom box. Blare it through your headphones. Get up and dance. Turn on your phones flashlight or raise a lighter. you might feel a little silly, you might even think you are a little crazy, but it will lighten your spirit and give you inspiration to persevere.
You can make an impact in the world. Don’t stop believing you can have the success and happiness you desire.