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AnaJan, that sounds like a great strategy. It lets ideas develop naturally, without being forced, but the deadline is an effective motivator!


I definitely start with daydreaming. If the urge is great it slowly becomes a plan, with no definite deadline I'm supposed to meet. At some point, the idea matures and I set up a deadline for myself to make it happen (at that point, I see it happen in a close future). Finally, I have a master plan with all the details and strategies being already heavily brainstormed :).


Heather, I'm sure you're right about that. The first step needs to be figuring out what I do want...

Gaidig, check out "An Action Plan For Dreamers" podcast. It's all about turning dreams into solid, do-able actions.


I've spent a lot of time daydreaming lately, and I really need to turn that into action to move myself forward.


There is a lot out there about the law of attraction. What you think and believe is what you get. Check it out. If you work on your thoughts you can have everything you want. It's work but if you think about your success' the law of attraction was in play.

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