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Dream a Little Dream

Dream a Little Dream

With a rigorous workload (not to mention family or personal obligations) it is hard to find the time and energy to dream again. To dream of what you want to do and where you want to be. Here are some tips on finally letting go of what is holding you back and finding the courage within yourself to soar.

  • Find Time. Nothing happens without space for it to happen in. The first step is making the time to focus on you, your dreams, and your future.
  • Dreams are internally inspired. Ask yourself those tough questions and answer them honestly. For example, ask yourself what do you lose yourself in and what feels meaningful to you and why
  • Once you piece together an understanding of what makes you tick, you can look around and search for which types of jobs have these qualities.


Did you once lose your way? How did you start dreaming again? [US News]

Posted: 5/16/08