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6 Dream Self-Inquiry Questions

What's your dream? If you are ready to move from dreams to reality, grab a journal and a pen and ask yourself these questions.

1. What's your highest priority?

What is most important to you? What do you want to experience most? Aligning with your purpose and passion ignites the power within you to attract the people and situations that will help your dreams become reality.

What truly brings you joy? What activities did you enjoy as a child? What are your hobbies

now? Bringing joy and lighthearted energy into your life attracts more of that which brings you joy.

2. Is this your dream true to who you are?

Are your goals your own or are they what you think they should be? Are you trying to do what's expected of you, what you think others want for you? Or are you doing what brings you fulfillment? When you are older, will you feel that you 'played it safe' or did you forge your own path?

Are you being selfish with your dream? What joy can you give to others if you haven't given it to yourself first? Is it important to you to not only fulfill your own dreams and desires, but to help others along your path?

3. Are you settling?

Are you accepting less than your full share of love, health and success? How have you compromised and sacrificed your dream? You may be tempted to settle because you feel that you don't deserve to have your dream. You may be self-sabotaging or settling. But if you are cutting yourself short and not living with passion, you will never make yourself happy.

4. What will you feel like when you reach your dream?

Visualize your dreams as if they have already come to fruition. Really let the emotions, impressions, and images seep into every pore. Feel it as if it is all around you. This passion fuels you to pursue your dreams. When your brain experiences something it enjoys, it naturally seeks out more of that feeling.

5. What small, seemingly insignificant things can you do today to bring your closer to your dream?

What are the small steps to get to your dream? What are your short-term goals? Long-term goals? What are the smaller projects that lead to your larger dream? And find a way to measure your progress. Track those little wins along the way and in the process of looking towards your goal, don't forget to look back on how far you've come.

6. What supports and systems do you have to help you achieve your dream?

Set up supports and systems around you. You cannot do everything on your own. Who can you depend on when things become challenging and overwhelming? Who can help you identify and seize opportunities? Having support allows you to jump on opportunities that are in line with your purpose and vision.

"Where your creative attention flows, so flows your life."

6. Are you trash-talking yourself?

Most people don't believe they can live their dream so they don't. Limiting belief systems and negative self talk have people believing that don't deserve their dream. To avoid the pain of feeling they can't have their dream, people often keep their dream so buried they can't remember they ever had a dream or try to hold others back from achieving their own dreams. If someone succeeds, it reminds them of how they gave up on their dreams and makes them feel 'less than'.

It's not enough to have dreams. You need clarity, faith, hope, a plan, and support to get your dreams to manifest in your life. Apply to work with me and together we can work to build your support system, make a plan, and help you live the life you've dreamed of.

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