I've been wanting to introduce a more personal and interactive element to Dare to Dream for some time now and, as I often receive emails from people asking for advice, I thought it would be a nice idea to incorporate this into the blog.
All you have to do is write to me about your dream and the fears and obstacles you've been encountering and I'll answer your letter on this blog.
Just think of me as an agony aunt for dreamers.
So, what should your dreams be about?
Pretty much anything really. Here are some prompts to get you started:
:: Maybe you dream of achieving a particular career goal.
:: Maybe you dream of finding true love.
:: Maybe you dream of not feeling so lonely, stressed out or sad.
:: Maybe you dream of feeling more healthy and vibrant.
:: Maybe you dream of being able to let go of a past hurt.
:: Maybe you dream of manifesting a happy future.
:: Maybe you dream of being able to start all over again.
:: Maybe you dream of being able to deal with a very difficult person in your life.
:: Maybe you dream of finding the confidence to stand up to a bully.
:: Maybe you dream of being able to get over a break-up.
:: Maybe you dream of finding the something missing from your life.
:: Maybe you dream of working out what that 'something missing' is.
:: Maybe you dream of not having palpitations every time your bank statement arrives.
:: Maybe you dream of conquering your job or exam stress.
:: Maybe you dream of coming to terms with a loss.
:: Maybe you dream of getting over a failure.
:: Maybe you dream of coping with success.
:: Maybe you long to be seen - or heard.
:: Maybe you dream of finding your way back to your true self.
Here are some previous Dear Dare to Dream posts to whet your appetite:
Dear Dare to Dream: Where Do I Begin on the Path to Making Music?
Dear Dare to Dream: When Will Life Give Me a Break?
Dear Dare to Dream: Should I Self Publish My Novel?
Dear Dare to Dream: When Will I Stop Obsessing About My Weight?
Whatever the dream, I'm here to help.
All you need to do is drop me an email at:
All emails will be published completely anonymously, along with my reply.
And my reply will be full of practical and heartfelt advice, drawing upon my own personal experience and my work as a coach.
Over the years, I've been able to achieve ever single dream on the prompt list above so I feel certain that I'll have plenty to offer and share.
Another thing I've learnt over the years is that when you give up on your dreams, you give up on yourself and your right to be happy.
We all have a right to be happy but sometimes we need a helping hand.
Or a supportive blog post.
The Dear Dare to Dream inbox is ready and waiting.
Here's to reaching out and helping each other...