Do you dream about the impossible?
If yes, who has deemed it so?
One of the silly songs I’d sing to my kids when they were little was “Impossible” from the television production of “Cinderalla” back in the 60’s. “When the whole world is filled with zanies and fools…“ I drove them crazy when a certain word would pop up in conversation and cite phrases either from a song or movie script that appropriated the situation. I continue to bug my family with this word play and just between us, I think they love it!!
What does dreaming mean to you?
For me, the meaning has completely changed since being certified as a Dream Coach®. I like to say that a Dream Coach® is better than a Life Coach. There is a process taught to know who you are (creating the foundation), diminish doubts and fears (gain confidence and self-love), access your dream (draft the blueprint), put tools in your pocket (plan put into place), and finally, dream achieved (living the life you deserve)!
Imagine your life completely changing for the better and your dreams coming true in 90 days or less!
I could talk about this all day because I believe in my dreams and what I do. So much so that Personal Transition Guidance, LLC was organized earlier this year. Helping people accomplish their dreams, their goals in life, is only a small part of what my purpose is while here on this Earth.
My question to you is, “Do you believe in your dreams?”
"I believe... I believe... It's silly, but I believe. " ~Susan, from Miracle on 34th Street