aim for the sky

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aim for the sky

To set one's goals or ambitions very high; to try to attain or achieve something particularly difficult. My parents always taught me to aim for the sky when I was growing up—that I could be anything I set my mind to! With all that money, you could do whatever you want. Aim for the sky, kiddo!
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aim for the sky

and reach for the sky and shoot for the sky
in. to aspire to something; to set one’s goals high. (See a different sense at reach for the sky.) Shoot for the sky, son. Don’t settle for second best. Don’t settle for less. Reach for the sky!
See also: aim, sky
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Mercurial and industrious Kolawole Sunday's career, over the years, as a PR on-line expert has continued to rise with envy with his upwardly-mobile outfit, Kolawole Scoop Concepts, aiming for the sky.
Carson Wall - One of his most recent (https://www.instagram.com/p/BdvAgVqgp5o/?hl=en&taken-by=carsonwall_) Instagram captions: "Sometimes the lows feel much lower than our highs, but don't let that stop you from aiming for the sky."
The sisters, Charlotte Oliver and Lucy Oliver, are now celebrating 10 years of hard work and aiming for the sky.
"The first gold in Rio was a big bonus - it was first Olympic floor final, and it was more a case of aiming for the sky and seeing how far I could reach.
One punter might have thought sending an aeroplane into the air asking for the head of Robbie Neilson was a good idea but it's Souttar who's aiming for the sky with his career soaring back on track.
"We're certainly aiming for the sky" said French, "and depending on how successful we are we'll either go ahead with the plans as is or we'll set some priorities for a future date."
We're not going to be aiming for the sky at the moment - we'll let him do the talking."
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