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Dare, Dream, Do: Remarkable Things Happen When You Dare to Dream by Whitney Johnson

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EMBRACE DISCOVERY

In part 2, we began to give our dreams definition, to animate their barely visible contours. This process began with some prep work, of learning to claim a central place in our lives and making space for our dreams. We then identified our strengths—which spring from innate talents, acquired competencies, bedrock beliefs, and our identities as women—and examined how these strengths inform, and even direct, our dreams. We also talked about the importance of rightsizing our dreams by trusting our judgment.

DISCOVERY-DRIVEN DREAMING

Dreaming is a discovery-driven process. We envision something that’s not yet fully formed, and as we set short-term goals around that dream, our dream takes shape. We almost always think we know ...

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