Yes, it’s true.
If you grew up in US you know what I am talking about.
You believed with all your heart that the tooth fairy is real.
And every time that tooth under your pillow turned into a dollar overnight you reinforced your belief in the power of tooth fairy.
Maybe you even knew that it was your parents who were making the exchange, but you chose to ignore it and still have a ray of hope.
As a child, the power of imagination is all that you have and you protect it from being destroyed until a few hundred people in your life have told you you’re crazy, it’s not possible, be realistic etc.
Let me put it this way, when you stopped believing in Santa Claus, tooth fairy etc. presents stopped showing up.
Even though Santa and the fairy aren’t real, real presents showed up until you had the belief.
If not your parents then your friends or else people around you want you to get what you believe in.
It’s not a surprise then when people like Steve Jobs, when vocalise their vision and their dream and their imagination other people work their asses off for their dreams.
People like Steve believed in their dreams so much that others around them want to make them happen.
It’s not going to be easy, some people are going to belittle your dreams, but then some people are going to do whatever is in their power to make your dreams a reality.