Write Down Your Dreams!

People often say to me, “Gary, I don’t know how you do it.” So, here is one of my secrets of how I do it—I don’t waste my time sleeping. I engage my time in creative dreaming. Then when I get up in the morning, I have many answers. So I put those on my notepad. Then I start daydreaming about what I dreamed about the night before.

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When Gary awakes after dreaming, he has many answers. These answers are added to a notepad before he can forget them. Take time to record your dreams!

The more you dream about something, the more power you give it. Everything in the universe is energy, so daydreaming is your final step toward this.

Once you start dreaming, then build your dreams. How do you build your dreams? By writing them down; drawing them out; identifying what they are; and putting shapes, colors, dimensions, and specifications to those dreams. This is extremely, extremely important.

Dream about it and see it until you feel the butterflies of excitement in your gut, your bosom, wherever you feel it. Every inch of your body should tingle with excitement of your dream, every single inch of it. If it doesn’t, it’s because the dream is not real enough, or you don’t believe it can be real enough because you live in limitation.