Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Alchemic Dreaming

As you read this, I am on assignment, speaking to a national conference, at an international location with one of the largest companies on the planet.

The company in question was formed in 1870, survived the Great Depression, two World Wars and many other changes too numerous to mention. My reason for sharing this with you has less to do with the company and the magnitude of the engagement, but more to do with how the opportunity presented itself in the first place, simply by following the omens began appearing in the fall of 2009.

TSB readers might be interested in knowing that much of what has unfolded in a successful way from this corner, can be attributed to a posting published on January 4, 2010. Since then, the list of personal and professional accomplishments include the release of "Nuts, Bolts And A Few Loose Screws", the trip of lifetime to Italy and a chance to debut "DreamDay 7" at the recent Atlantic Dream Festival that featured Richard Branson, Clara Hughes and Kevin O'Leary, among others.

"DreamDay 7" identifies seven key elements that MUST be present for any dream to come true. Besides a standing ovation from the 300 or so in the crowd, some of my toughest critics called it one of the most original and compelling keynotes they had ever seen. Invitations to deliver the program at other conferences are rolling in and 2011 is already shaping up to be a year where even more dreams come true.

But, what about you?

Do you have a goal or dream which intimidates you?

At times, do you find yourself feeling unworthy or fearful of your dreams?

Or, do you believe some dreams should simply remain as dreams?

My hope (and my reason for sharing this today) is that you give yourself permission to enjoy similar success and discover treasures that lie within.

Treasures that have been there all along.

Looking for a place to begin or resume your journey?

Here is a good place to start: http://seamlessbrand.blogspot.com/2010/01/2010-alchemy.html

“We have to stop and be humble enough to understand that there is something called mystery”

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