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How to Get Dreams Out of Your Head

Three years ago, I realized that if I was ever going to achieve my dream of creating a successful personal growth and development online community, I had best learn some of the "best practices"that have been implemented by others to get dreams out of their head so that they could achieve online success. So I began to follow and study several popular bloggers who has created engaging and thriving online communities. One of the individuals who I have much respect for and enjoy immensely is Darren Rowse, owner of Problogger. Darren's site,

"...is dedicated to helping other bloggers learn the skills of blogging, share their own experiences and promote the blogging medium."

Recently, Darren spoke at the World Domination Summit that's hosted by Chris Guillebeau, owner of The Art of Non Conformity.
One area of interest that Chris writes about is "personal development and life planning, with the conviction that you don't have to live your life the way other people expect you."

As a speaker in the recent World Domination Summit, Darren shared snippets of his story and the process of how he was able to get his dreams out of his head. The following video of Darren's speach provides us with nuggets of gold as to how we can get our dreams out of our head and move from dreaming to doing.





Grow Forward & Flourish Assignment:

Tell ten people within the next 24 hours about a dream that you have and the next step that you are going to take within 72 hours towards moving towards it. It can be a phone call, an email to a prospective partner regarding a joint venture to improving your relationships by turning off technology after a certain time in the evenings to be more present with family and friends.

It's your call. Do what you can within this time period. Share your dream and your next steps with the GFF community in the comments. Share with us the sparks that begin to happen as a result of sharing your dream and taking small steps toward manifesting it as your reality.

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Jackie B

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