Dare to Dream

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Jan 1, 1993 - Self-Help - 385 pages
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The author believes that dreaming is not only healthy, but vital to a happy and fulfilling future. In an inspiring and instructional message, Littauer teaches readers how to balance their inner potential and offers six steps to living a life of vision and purpose, challenging readers to dare to dream, prepare the dream, wear the dream, repair the dream, and share the dream.

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User Review  - Colin Pearce - Goodreads

I read Personality Plus and a bunch of other Florence Littauer books, so when I met her and shared the stage with her at several conventions where we both spoke, I had to read Dare to Dream. It's a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sumawil De lange - Goodreads

There is not much in this book of how to dream or how to accomplish your dream. What helped me in the book was two pages of personality interpretations. Florence Littauers way of summarizing the personalities is good. Read full review

Contents

Dedication
11
Introduction
17
Dare to Dream
25
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

The popular author of numerous books, including the best-selling Personality Plus, Florence Littauer has taught leadership seminars for twenty-five years and is the president of CLASS Speakers, Inc. She and her husband, Fred, travel internationally conducting seminars and retreats. Littauer lives in Cathedral City, California.

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