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Dreamcrafting: The Art of Dreaming Big, the Science of Making It Happen

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Many people set out to achieve a dream-starting a business or learning to play the piano or publishing a book-but they don't succeed, and the dream fizzles away. In many cases, these people have lots of skills and expertise, such as deep knowledge of the business or career they are interested in, so why don't they succeed? Paul Levesque and Art McNeil have discovered that ...more
ebook, 200 pages
Published February 16th 2003 by Berrett-Koehler Publishers (first published January 1st 2003)
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Katharine Grubb Hawkinson
Not quite what I had hoped for. Just a little too dry, and the example stories of "dreamers" was too cliche for me. Couldn't get into it. Interesting topic though.
Lakshmi Gosyne
Gave practical tips for turning dreams into goals and action steps.
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