Dreamcrafting: The Art of Dreaming Big, the Science of Making it Happen
Many people set out to achieve a big dream, such as starting a business or writing a book, but when they don't succeed right away, the dream fades. Often, these people have plenty of talent and expertise related to their particular dream, but those skills, which authors Paul Levesque and Art McNeil call ""microskills, "" are usually not enough. Dreamcrafting identifies and teaches the five ""macroskills"" -- aspiration, motivation, projection, inclusion, and application -- people need to make any dream a reality.
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Canadian business consultants Levesque (Breakaway Planning) and McNeil (The I of the Hurricane) offer a detailed how-to guide to realizing deeply desired personal dreams. According to the authors ... Read full review
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