Dreams, Family-goals, Focus, Staying Organized, Vision /

Now that you’re dreaming again, 14 ways to stay focused on your dreams and visions.

Today I’m sharing the ways I stay focused on my dreams and visions; sometimes finding the right way to stay focused is challenging, I believe you never know what will work  best for you until you try a few.I love the definition of FOCUS when used as a verb; it’s defined as: pay particular attention to.To pay particular attention; requires repetition and that we focus our desire to dream asking the question: (a) Where are you now? (b) Where do you want to go? (b) Where do you see yourself in the future?What are you…

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Dreams, Stolen Dreams, Vision /

True or False: You Should Never Share Your Dreams and Visions

Growing up I always heard, don’t share your dreams and vision, now that I think about it, it is such a flawed assumption, but then you think about all the people that have believed this and all the dreams that never got a shot at being shared talk-less of being stolen by others.How can you not share? How then do you find other dreamers, other helpers, get investors, or hire employees if you can’t explain the vision you have.I conducted a small survey, that found that 1 in every 13 people believe that they should…

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Vintage, Vision /

The Reason why some Visions fail

The challenge of vision is that: its handwork.A vision is one of the best ways I know to help you start working on your desires and ambitions as you begin to dream again.The secret of most visionaries is not that they did the work themselves, but rather that they had people who believed in them join their vision. It takes a “team” to bring a “vision” to life; a vision is created alone but needs a team to take it further.Take the United States of America: without a dream and a “vision” the United States wouldn’t…

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Staying Organized /

The journey to be organized is in seasons

We are all doing an amazing job raising our children to become the vision of what they are destined to be, we can become so organized that we want the house spotless and as a result we become overwhelmed with everyday clean up activity. In the season of raising younger children, I pray you don’t become so overwhelmed with organization and housekeeping that  you forget to create time for life;  self-care of you, with friends, with your husband, your children and  your personal health. We need to remember that our home cannot be the same haven…

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Writing as A Dyslexic

 For me the best and funny part about “Writing” before I knew I was terrible at grammar was that, by the time I realized I was crappy I was already too far gone to stop.We are in it together, the struggle of a dyslexic is the basic things that you take for granted; left/right, horizontal vertical, rows/columns. I struggle with directional words like; where/were, their/there, its/it’s etc and knowing when to put in commas, hyphens, period, b/d, lower case and uppercase and so many other things that are easy for everybody…

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