The Really Huge Deal Around Intention
I find that people really respect and value when I tell them upfront what my intention is and make space to hear theirs. As such, my intention here is to teach, inspire and help make some dreams come true.
The very first Dream Coach ® workshop was launched 15 years ago in April of 2003. To celebrate I launched a brand new website completely dedicated to Dream Coaching ® . I’m also reacquainting my community to the important fundamentals of the Dream Coach ® process starting with Step #1 Set Your Intention.
This website is dedicated to helping people like you live a dream come true life, as well as understanding the value of hiring a Dream Coach ® , or even becoming a Certified Dream Coach ® .
I hope you enjoy this culmination of my life’s work, are inspired to take action on your next big dream and help others do the same.
Now what are your intentions? Sometime today or as soon as possible, write down one intention. It can be big or small, just as long as it’s for a short-term goal. Write it down and then share it with our community near the bottom of the post linked above.
With love from Rome,
CEO/Founder, Dream University
P.S. If you’re interested in becoming a Certified Dream Coach ® click the link below.
As CEO of Dream University, Marcia Wieder has spent over 30 years leading a Dream Movement. She also created and leads a modern day “mystery school”, The Meaning Institute, to help people live more meaningful lives. ● Marcia’s collaborated with 3 U.S. presidents, was a repeat guest on Oprah, had her own PBS television special and taught at Stanford’s Business School. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council and an advisory board member for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Unstoppable Foundation where she financed and helped build 15 schools in Kenya. ● She is the renowned author of 15 books including; Dream: Clarify & Create What You Want, Making Your Dreams Come True, Life is But a Dream, Dreams are Whispers From the Soul and Doing Less & Having More. She writes for Huffington Post and was a syndicated columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.