"If a man wants his dreams to come true, he must first wake up."--Indian Proverb
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DALLAS, Jan. 9 /Christian Newswire/ -- Most of us can look back to a time in our lives when the future seemed limitless. As young people--before we were programmed by the negative influences of the world or burdened by the expectations of others--we were free to dream big dreams. With the passing of years, lulled by a hypnotic work routine, we often find ourselves sleepwalking through life--but we have forgotten how to dream. Many wonder if the process of pursuing a dream is even beneficial. In Dreaming Big (Authentic Publishing), authors Bobb Biehl and Paul Swets sound the wake-up call, inviting readers to discover, refine, and live their dreams--with eyes wide open.
Dreaming Big invites readers to dig to the roots of their passions, to weed out what isn't productive, to water what brings real happiness, and to enjoy the fruit of their labor. Though readers are encouraged to read at their own pace, the book is divided into thirty-one chapters that serve as a guide for a month-long journey to developing a Life Dream--a crystal clear vision of the difference you want to make in the future. When your Life Dream is crystal clear, you can:
Express your dream in thirty seconds or less
Move on from where you are to where you want to be
Energize yourself for the rest of your life
Dreaming doesn't come naturally for everyone. Although "following your dreams" is a popular concept today, many find that they can't even find their dreams, much less follow them. On the other hand, many people do like to dream big dreams about their future--but they may not know the strategies necessary to realize them. Dreaming Big encourages readers to dust off dreams that may have been dormant since childhood and retool them for today. It also provides the organizational and strategic tools necessary to guide big ideas in a productive direction. The authors believe that when people discover what really motivates them, they will be energized to pursue their dreams.
"The process of knowing what is most important to you and being absolutely clear about it may take some deep thinking," admits Swets. "When I wrote my own Life Dream, my exhilaration was sky high."