Building a Bigger Dream

Last post I challenged many of you, stating that your dream wasn’t big enough.  So how can you grow your dream if that’s the case?

A few things come to mind.  First on the list is reading (or re-reading) the book, “The Magic of Thinking Big.” It’s a fabulous mind stretcher; getting you to think bigger.  It should be required reading for everyone that joins our profession.

Next on the list would be having a Prosperity Manifestation Map in your bedroom.  (Find it here.)  You need to have images of your dreams somewhere you’ll see them first thing when you wake up, and before you go to sleep.  This actually programs your subconscious mind.

Another thing is what I call “magazine therapy.”  Subscribe to Architectural Digest, so each month you see some spectacular examples of dream homes.  Get The Robb Report, to expose yourself to exotic automobiles, luxury watercraft, sleek jets and even perhaps a private island or two.  Then whatever specific hobbies or interests you may have – whether skiing, motorcycle riding, art, etc – get some magazines that feature things you would like to do, have or become.

Then get a closer look at some of your dream ideas.  Drive through beautiful neighborhoods, stop by the Lamborghini dealership, or drop into Tiffany’s.

Find a charity that does work that speaks to your soul.  Help with what you can, but also imagine what more good you could do by writing out a check for a million dollars.  Or leave another $20 million in your will.   Picture the good work you could do with more money.

Things like that keep your dream in front of you, make them real, and cause you to grow your dream on a regular basis.  At least those were the things I did (and still do) to grow my dreams.  Please check in below with any other ideas you have.

-RG

16 thoughts on “Building a Bigger Dream

  1. Thank You, Randy. There are good ideas here to re-connect again to what I envision for my life. For me, more experiential stuff but still very exciting to experience on the beginning levels.
    : )

  2. A coupple of days ago I found my dream-book from 1998, where I used to write my dreams on a daily basis. It was interesting to see, what came true, what not. Good thing to think about the why-s. Recently I found a free eBook which is only 30 minutes to read, and the shortest and best summary of the best literature ever written on the subject. I will give this as a first appetiser to the biginners, for it will make easyer to set their goals staright away, and than read and work on the subject more. I found it here: http://www.revolutionman.com

  3. No I don’t need a Guru to tell me how to manifest my dreams I can dreamweave them myself ThankYou! All Wealth Guru’s are stealing your dreams folks! Go within yourself!

  4. Hey Randy,

    great post, I did the first steps with reading this kind of books. I have a dream map and got in touch with my dreams.

    But the last great point with charity is new for me. It feels really good thinking of how I give them a million euros because it is easy for me.

    Be well

    Volker

  5. HI RANDY POWERFULL STUFF YOUR DROPPING HERE I JUST SELFPUBLISH MY BOOK CALLED “THE EXCELLENT ME” WHICH IS A SELF EVALUATION INSPIRATIONAL WORKBOOK AND I TOOK THE JUMP TO DO MY WORKSHOP ALL BY MYSELF BECAUSE IT’S MY VISION AND THOSE AROUND GOT INTIMIDATED HELPING PUT IT TOGETHER

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    I BELIEVE WHEN IF MY VISION BECOME MY MOST DOMINANT THOUGHT I WILL BECOME AN UNSTOPPABLE INDIVIDUAL , YOU MAY WANNA CHECK IT OUT — RESPECT GERALD

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  6. I have noticed that many people have let the muscle, growing their dream, atrophy. It stopped for far too many in early childhood. They are stuck in a ‘settling for less’ world. Their plight is also claiming simultaneously ‘this isn’t it.’ This angst generates unhappiness and to compensate they cover their misery with fake niceness and platitudes while looking for someone or something to blame for their plight. They group themselves into misery loves company crowds and anyone who is living their dream is some kind of evil.

    All your wishes do come true. I especially enjoy the ones that appear effortlessly. All the more when many have to be worked at with persistence and a willingness to appear foolish much of the time.

    One of my most used doors out of “This isn’t it” is a Werner Erhard aphorism; If God told you exactly what it was you were to do you would be happy doing it no matter what it was. What you’re doing is what God wants you to do. Be happy.

    From there build a dream where all the dreams come from.

  7. Hi Randy,

    I`m enjoying your comments on big dreams and have a question for you and your members. I have been recently down sized so I have time now to pursue my dreams. My question is what is the best time of the day to be most productive making cold calls. I do not want to waste time during the day to make calls but was informed the night was a better time to make calls.

    Would appreciate your comments.

    Thanks

  8. nice man.i”ll do it 4 sure……….dream drives us towards the work and the more work we do more we get rich…….haha:)

  9. Hi Randy,
    Awesome walk through of a day in the life of someone actively pursuing their dreams.
    Bizeeti app is a great tool for network marketers to record their dreams on the go for easy reflection later. Plus enables sharing between team members for added inspiration.
    Thanks again for sharing with us.
    Cheers,
    Craig

  10. Its like you read my mind! You seem to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a bit, but other than that, this is fantastic blog. An excellent read. I’ll definitely be back.

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