Allie Siarto: Why Does It Have To Only Be A Dream?
“In the Midwest, the dead of winter, you’re just like, ugh, it’s winter. Let’s dream of other things! We were at the Children’s Museum, and I think my sister was with us. And we were just talking about like, wouldn’t it be great someday to have a sailboat? Somehow in that conversation it came up, oh, we’ll do that someday. And I think my sister was like, why don’t you look into it now? What’s to stop you? So it was just this like realization this one day where in having a conversation about dreaming, we were like, but can we just do that now? Maybe we could. And then it was just a matter of running the numbers. And as long as we can make it work, we’re like, okay, let’s give it a go. So it just kind of came out of like a dream that we were like, well, why does it have to only be a dream? Like, can it just be a thing that we actually make happen?”– Allie Siarto
Allie Siarto has figured life out. She knows what success means to her and has figured out how to transform her dreams into reality. She understands there is a lesson to be learned in each season of life and wants to help those she meets along the way.
At least, that’s how I describe Allie.
When I asked Allie how she would answer the question “Who are you”, we talked about how success means more to her than money, why she lives her life as a series of experiments and hypotheses, and how she developed a love for sailing.