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Are You Dreambuilding As A Hobby………

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are you ready to put some skin in the game and kick your dreambuilding up a notch?

Sounds funny, doesn’t it but it is a very serious question.

Are you ready to get those dreams out of your head and make them a part of your everyday life?

Well I do hope that you are ready because if you have been doing this for a while, it is time.  Time to give yourself permission to show up and be the person that you should be.  Time to take your place in the world as the leader that makes an impact so great that it is your legacy for life.  Time for you to take on the naysayers and haters and show them what you are made of.

Yes, indeed, it is time.  Time for you to simply SHOW UP and SHINE!

The only things that move dreams out of your head and into your heart is immediate and intentional action.  By being actional and on purpose about your dreams, you will be able to generate them into realities.

Want to know how?

Here are 3 specific actions that you can take to make your dreams a reality:

  1. Start by writing them down.  This is the most important step. What you write down has a magical way of making itself happen.  It is truly magical.  We focus more on what we write  down and it remains top of mind that way. This is a great starting point because it takes everything out of your mind and put it on paper.
  2. Set specific, measurable goals.  This is how you can identify when you want to have the goals completed.  Make sure that you are not vague in your goals.  Make them very specific so that you are clear on what actions you need to accomplish them. Assign dates to each goal so that you can have some timeline to follow and track your progress.
  3. Commit to taking bold action every day.  Being able to do one thing per day is a big step.  If you did just one thing per day for a week that would mean you did 7 items on your list. Two weeks makes it 14 items, three weeks 21 items and four weeks 28 items.  That is where things move forward and momentum takes over.  At the end of one year, you would have done 365 items on your road to building your dream.

Setting your mind up to take immediate and intentional action is the only way to make your dreams migrate to your heart and the end result for you is  to have a successful life full of your hearts desire, freedom and peace.

Try it, I am sure that you will see how magical it works.

 

 

 

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  • Jeanine Byers @ Faerietale Coach June 25, 2014, 3:11 pm

    Hi Kim! I loved reading your words of encouragement!!

    And you know what? Reading your post reminded me of something I had planned to do today, that I haven’t done yet. One of those taking action kinds of things. I am going to go do it right now!

    Thanks!
    Jeanine

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  • Jennifer Thorne June 25, 2014, 3:54 pm

    Great post! You’re right, we need to get back to the basics in order to move forward. Sometimes I find all the “to dos” daunting but when you have a clear vision of what you want, and it’s written down then you can see what’s a priority. Thank you again for this beautiful reminder!

  • Stephanie Wood June 25, 2014, 4:01 pm

    Thanks for the great tips, Kimmie. It’s so important to take the time to focus on where we want to go. It can really make all the difference! Cheers, Stephanie

  • Miriam Slozberg June 25, 2014, 5:29 pm

    Thanks for writing this up, I think where a lot of people mess up (including myself) is when they make goals they are unable to define and create something unattainable to them. It is best to create mini goals to complete each week instead of only focusing on the big one.

  • Andrea Samadi June 25, 2014, 5:54 pm

    Totally agree to write them down! I just found my goals from 2009 that I made using my Jack Canfield “DREAM BIG” Vision Board program and I had accomplished the first 4 goals/12. That doesn’t sound impressive, but it was to me since when I wrote the goals, I had NO idea how I would ever achieve them!

  • Karen Downing June 25, 2014, 6:05 pm

    Hi Kimmie, Thanks for the easy to follow guide for dreambuiling. It seems like most of us get stuck somewhere in the action phase, so taking that bold step everyday is really key.

    Blessings, Karen
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  • PJ June 25, 2014, 6:06 pm

    Great tips!

    I think this is why List-a-Palooza has worked so well for me… it’s a series of short, specific goals with deadlines so I’m forced to take action every day. :D

    Love & Prosperity,

    PJ

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  • Flesche Hesch June 25, 2014, 7:19 pm

    I love that you include “taking action” in this plan. This is so inspiring. Thanks!

  • Peggy McAloon June 25, 2014, 10:18 pm

    You have listed the primary steps to success in every endeavor. I favor lists because they keep me on task.

  • Henry Matlock June 25, 2014, 11:42 pm

    Coach Kimmie J, great advice. And yes these are helpful in getting a person with a dream from hobbyist to truly owning what they want to accomplish. Thank you for the post.

    Henry
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  • Leanne Chesser June 26, 2014, 9:41 am

    I love that you focus on action. So often it’s overlooked and just thinking or visualizing is primary. Action is essential!

  • Peggy McAloon June 28, 2014, 2:27 pm

    I was so lucky on my first job. The President called me into his office within days of my hire as a file clerk. He pointed out that he expected everyone who worked for him to have goals in order to succeed. I frantically looked down the hallway outside his office door and saw a sign that said “Credit Manager”. I pointed to it and told him I wanted to be the next credit manager. I had the job within 6 months.

    • admin July 1, 2014, 11:18 pm

      Amazing story Peggy. That is what building the dream is all about, accomplishing your goals.

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