Dreamcrafting: The Art of Dreaming Big, the Sciene of Making It Happen (Large Print 16pt)

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Limited, Jun 21, 2010 - 306 pages
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Teaches concrete, real-world skills for turning any dream into a reality; Provides step-by-step exercises for defining and achieving dreams and overcoming internal and external obstacles; Includes inspirational profiles and real-life examples of high-achieving individuals who exemplify the skills described in the book.....Many people set out to achieve a dream-starting a business or learning to play the piano or publishing a book-but they don't succeed, and the dream fizzles away. In many cases, these people have lots of skills and expertise, such as deep knowledge of the business or career they are interested in, so why don't they succeed? Paul Levesque and Art McNeil have discovered that making a dream come true requires cultivating skills of a higher order-macro skills-that inevitably spell the difference between success and failure no matter what the specifics of a person's dreams are. These are the skills Dream crafting outlines in detail.

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Dreamcrafting: The Art of Dreaming Big, the Science of Making It Happen

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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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Gave practical tips for turning dreams into goals and action steps. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Paul Levesque has two decades' experience as an international business consultant specializing in customer service. He is the author of Customer Service Made Easy (1-932531-912 EP, 2006).

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