7. Create personal practices. Use all of life's lessons as powerful tools and create daily practices to deepen what you want to change or develop.
8. Take serious steps forward. Plan the essential strategies to insure your success. In the end, it all comes down to moving forward on the projects and practical steps for making your dream real.
9. Build your dream team. Ask for help and make it easy for people to say yes. There are resources that you know (and do not know) who can open doors to help you play a bigger game and accomplish your goals with greater ease.
10. Live as a dreamer. Once you are clear about your purpose, dreams and beliefs, look at all areas of your life and decide what you really do and don't want. You choose. This process works on any personal or professional dream. What Do Our Dreams Mean?
Take one important step right now to demonstrate you are more committed to your dream, than to any doubt fear or reality. A great step is to sign up for my three eBooks here, designed to help you get clear about what you do and don’t want, overcome doubts and fears and create shortcuts to accomplish more, faster and with greater ease.
This Sunday, Justin Bieber, Jon Stewart, Miley Cyrus and I will be celebrating World Wish Day with the Make A Wish Foundation. This date honors the anniversary of the first wish granted to a boy named Chris, who wished to be a police officer. Granting his wish inspired the creation of the Make-A-Wish Foundation® and sparked a global wish-granting movement. Every 25 minutes, the Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wish of a child with a life threatening medical condition somewhere in the world. Globally, more than 240,000 wishes have been granted since 1980.