Use your imagination

“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.” – Christoper Reeve

It all starts with the dream.

There are plenty of dreamers out there. And while society might work to dismiss some of us as pure noise, there are enormous benefits to dreaming often and dreaming big. Anyone who’s achieved a big goal knows just how true that is!

Children dream big. It’s part of their genetic fiber — their overall make-up if you will. They never think small because they aren’t hindered by the standard limitations that hold adults back. If you ask a child what he wants for Christmas, he might say, “I want two swimming pools! One in the backyard, and one in the front.”

When you go to check out cars, why do you think the test drive is such a powerful selling feature? Salespersons know that once they get you behind the wheel, the deal is almost set and done. The act of physically driving a car and feeling what it feels like to be behind the wheel is one way to bring a dream into reality. And they know that.

My imaginary electric car

As one of our goals is also to educate, we organize annual children drawing competition. The goal is to draw an electric car of the future and of course, there are no limits on fantasy. As we already stated, there are no limits to children’s imagination, and there are always absolutely brilliant pearls among the drawings. Many that could be given to some car manufacturers to build a prototype.

This year’s contest will be held in San Marino and the award presented by San Marinos minister of territory and environment, Augusto Michelotti.

Just find a piece of paper and a crayon and start fantasizing!