So if you were lucky enough to attend VSGD LIVE and have been inspired, the important thing is to take your dream and now catch it.
Download your virtual dreamcatcher below, type in your dream, then save it as your phone wallpaper, print it out and stick it to your bathroom mirror, or have it made into a fridge magnet. Reminders area powerful!
Dream Catcher Yellow
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Remember, the end goal can seem difficult, even impossible. But start with step one, then step two… and so on until you get there. Yes, there will be challenges, but they won’t be daunting if you keep them bitesize.
And ensure you have support. In this age of networking you have unparalleled access to resources. Make use of these, and connect with people who can help you.
If you’re not a member, join the VSGD community for ideas and support.
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