I have a confession to make.
I’m terrible at keeping secrets. In fact, I’ve been leaving little clues in the blog, the newsletter and on social media. If you haven’t had a chance to read them, here’s a quick run-down of the last month:
At the beginning of the year, I wrote about our roadmap for the coming months, complete with plans for expanded online content, better formulations for our skin care products, and even more value in our kits.
(read more here: Dream Big with Us in 2016)
I invited you to have the courage to dream big for your own life. Because everything begins to align and come into focus as you pursue that dream.
(in What’s the Point of Dreaming Big?)
Robert’s story of our son’s super-hero obsession became a mediation on the true meaning of courage and how it could change the world.
(I just love the way he writes in Being Brave in a Fearful World)
I talked about the things that can stall big dreams before they can really get off the ground. Funny how a couple of them got me thinking about the habits I formed in my childhood…
(paralysis, impatience, settling, and over-committing were the Four Pitfalls That Can Kill Big Dreams)
And just this week, I wrote that personal dedication and a supportive community of mentors and peers can help women–young and old–to see obstacles as something that makes them stronger.
(Did you know I trained for the LA Marathon? Read Two Keys to Success When You’re Struggling)
When you align your dreams with your values, it’s like pairing a map with a compass. You have everything you need to reach your destination. Our values breathe life into dreams and make them authentically our own. And our dreams provide a sense of purpose and mission for those values.
But where do we first learn our values? When do we first begin to dream?
And what if I told you that someone very close to you needs your help to gain the skills she needs to live more fully into her dreams?
Have you figured it out yet?
I'll have more to tell you very soon, so keep reading and soon it will all become clear.
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