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Are you ready to follow your dreams?
Since you’re here, I’m going to assume that the answer is yes, and that you are ready to begin. What follows in these worksheets are targeted exercises and powerful questions that will move you from a place of confusion and uncertainty to a place of clarity and confidence. Most of all, you will start to form a powerful relationship between your mind and heart, and start tapping into all the resources that you have within you. Yes, you already have all the power you need. Now we are going to start releasing it.
PARt OnE: UnbRAInwAShIng
or Creating Room For Your Dreams to Grow
RECLAIM OwnERShIP Of YOUR MInD
What does it mean to fearlessly go with yourself?
On a scale of 1-10, how committed are you to following your heart? What would it take to make that a 10?
In what area(s) of your life are you giving up your power?
What in your life can you start taking greater responsibility for that will have the greatest impact for you? Why?
What actions will you need to take to assume greater responsbility and experience more deliberate joy? What parts of yourself will you need to stop listening to in order to reclaim ownership of your mind and your life? 4 .
be or have? 5 .CHAPTER TWO StOP CARIng Where in your life may you be caring too much (toxic caring)? How will not caring about those things allow you to focus more on what matters? What will it allow you to now do.
in order to make more room in your life for the things that matter. One: Two: Three: What passions do you put off engaging in until after you’ve done the so-called “required” chores? What is the most important thing you will now stop putting off? When will you stop? Are you living based on someone else’s template (society. peers. etc.Write down and commit to three things you’ll care less about.)? If so. parents. what would it look like for you to completely live on your own terms? 6 .
What things deter your from living on your own terms? Are they fears. each day? 7 . doubts. worries? What can you do to face those deterants head-on.
journal. vision board.CHAPTER THREE UnDOMEStICAtE YOURSELf What are the biggest self-limiting beliefs that are currently holding you back from living your dreams? What empowering beliefs would you like to adopt instead? How will you remind yourself of these new beliefs (mirror notes. etc)? 8 .
rather than seeking resources? What are three ways you can take more responsibility for your life? One: Two: Three: The main goal of Reclaim Your Dreams and these worksheets is to help you integrate your heart and your mind. rather than seeking incredible things? What does it mean to be resourceful.How can slowing down allow you to get more out of life? What does it mean to be incredible. Is the practical side of you drowning out your heart? Or is your heart coming through 9 .
but you need to figure out the practical application? Which one is it? How can you better integrate the two. so one doesn’t overpower the other? 10 .clear.
Be as specific or ambiguous as you like. 11 .CHAPTER FOUR DEfInE YOUR DREAMS Have you taken the time to define your dreams? What exactly are they? Use this page to clearly define your dreams.
What would you like your purpose to be? To help you further define your purpose. how do you want to be remembered when you die? What’s the legacy you want to leave behind? Write out your top 12 values: One: Four: Seven: Ten: Two: Five: Eight: Eleven: Three: Six: Nine: Twelve: 12 . but that doesn’t mean we can’t choose one for ourselves.Life may not inherently have a purpose.
13 . One: Two: Three What insights do your top values reveal? What do they say about what’s most important to you? What will you do to live more in alignment with those values? Be specific.Now list your top three values out of the twelve. Be brutal if you must.
Now. ø Digital Vision Board — Same thing as a vision board. or a folder on your desktop. poster board. but as a sustainable way to motivate yourself.DREAM SAnCtUARY DESIgn This next section is focused on helping you design your personal “dream sanctuary. pick the medium that you’re most attracted to. and words that are going to create the most compelling vision-on-steroids tool for you. The three main categories are: ø Vision Board — Could be on a cork board. but could be the wallpaper background on your computer. ø Dream Movie — Vision board in motion. music. let’s brainstorm the images. I personally use a vision board every day and I contribute it to being one of the greatest resources to my success. First. Better for the more digitally inclined.” This is your tool for not just reviving or keeping your dreams alive. What images and words do your top values bring to mind for you? 14 . or journal. Best for those that are more moved by images and affirmations put to music.
What is your wildest dream? What images are associated with it? If you could wave a magic wand and be exactly in your ideal work-life situation in six months. what would that look like? What quotes or words does your life purpose reveal at the core? What are the central themes? 15 .
Who are your biggest teachers? What are some of your favorite quotes from them? (Google these if you need to. in what way would you describe your “best version” of you? What central themes are coming up in your answers? What are the underlying patterns? 16 .) If you had to put it into words or images.
The creating part.Now that you’ve gotten some good clay to play with. it’s time to start shaping your dream sanctuary tool. and how you want to structure it. is up to you. You should have all you need by now to make it a reality. 17 .
CHAPTER FIVE OvERCOMIng UnCERtAIntY What are you uncertain of? Does your fear of the unknown hold you back? What can you do to make the unknown less unknown? In other words. how can you gain some real world data so that you’re no longer guessing whether or not you’ll fail? 18 .
dreams. we need to start small by exercising our ability to tolerate the unknown. What are three small risks you can take to help you practice expanding your uncertainty threshold? One: Two: Three: Too often we don’t take action because we’re not sure where to start.In order to overcome our fear of uncertainty. We use the excuse “I don’t know” by default. not consciously. How can you change your auto-response from “I don’t know” to “I’ll figure it out”? What can you do to surround yourself with like-minded people. and aspirations as you do? 19 . those that have the same vision.
Where are three places you might find these people? One: Two: Three: What will you do to start making these connections? 20 .
CHAPTER SIX RECLAIMIng OwnERShIP Of YOUR tIME What would you really like to do or accomplish but have always felt that you didn’t have enough time? What will you have to do to make time? What will you have to give up? What are your biggest time-sinks? 21 .
removing yourself from the distraction. etc. more useful habits? It can be hard not to resent your current situation when you’re not exactly where you want to be. What are some things you can do to keep perspective and balance? 22 .What will you need to do to eliminate those time-sinks (reminders.)? It’s impossible to eliminate a bad habit. So what will you do to stay focused on creating your new. You can only replace it with a new one.
instead of pursuing your passion? What are some of the things you could afford to give up? What will you do with the money you’ll save? Will you devote it to a particular interest or passion you’ve been wanting to delve into? Or will you put the money aside to transition into quitting your job and doing what you love full-time? 23 .CHAPTER SEVEN CREAtIng LOvE MOnEY Are there any areas of your life where you’re making a lifestyle choice that you don’t really need or want.
Take a look at this diagram for a better example. 24 .In order to create an income doing something you love. and values (what others are willing to pay you for) intersect. you’ll need to find where your passions. strengths.
Within your passion. to see if anyone is interested in what you have to offer? How can you focus on creating the most value possible for others.Since neither this ebook nor these worksheets are designed to help you create an income doing what you love. we’ll just cover the basics. What can you do to start offering your services for free. while following your deepest passion? 25 . or dream-business. can you identify an existing market (competition)? If yes. that’s a good thing.
you might like the free video and test I created called The Passion + Profits Test. It will teach you how to know if your idea will make you money before you start. If you’d like to create an income doing what you love. Click here to get the (free) Passion + Profits test. No more putting your idea on hold because you don’t know if people will be willing to pay you for it.What is the intersection between your most personal goals and the world’s deep need? This is the place where you have the potential for great contribution (money) and deep personal fulfillment (passion). 26 . And no more fearing that you’ll waste a lot of time setting something up and decide later that you’re not as interested as you thought.
It’s not so much about where you want to be. What is the difference between real.MOvIng In thE DIRECtIOn Of YOUR DREAMS Living your dreams isn’t as much about accomplishment or culmination as it is about direction and continual. or because it’s a “good idea”? What does it mean to you to be completely congruent in all areas of your life (integration of heart and mind)? 27 . These last few questions and explorations are about maintaining that perspective moving forward. persistent action. but the path that you want to follow. authentic growth. and doing something because you think you should.
and reach a destination. while walking the path and living in the moment? Will you make the commitment to living your dreams.How do you balance your desire to follow your dreams. no matter what it takes? How will you keep yourself accountable? What will you do to celebrate your new commitment? 28 .
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