Dare to Dream
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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