Today I want to introduce you to Step 1 in the Plan of Action: Dream

Identify Your Dreams

There’s magic in this step. The more you focus on WHY you’ve joined Shaklee, the more likely you’ll be to achieve your desires. You can accomplish any goal if you have a big enough WHY.

Action Step

Set aside an uninterrupted hour, pull out a favorite pen, think about the questions on the opposite page, and use them to identify your “WHYs.” Remember: the more vivid and specific your answers, the more likely you are to achieve them. What would you like your life to be like one year from now… in five years… in 10 years?

Click here to download The Dream Worksheet.

I’d love to hear more about your dreams. Feel free to share your completed Dream Worksheet with me. I’ll help you make it happen!

Tips From The Mind Of A Master

Business-Building Ideas From Shaklee Master Coordinators

  • Think long term. Where do you see yourself in 5, 10, 20 years?
  • Visualize your success and know you have the help to achieve it.
  • How many hours per week are you willing to invest?
  • Attach time frames to all of your dreams. Now you’ve created a set of goals.
  • Create a dream board or dream book and look at it daily.
  • Go test drive a new car you can’t afford yet!
  • Go to a travel agency, get information and prices on a vacation you can’t afford yet! Emotional goals keep you motivated.
  • Take a tour of a house you can’t afford yet.
  • Create a dream that’s larger than you!
  • Set small goals as stair steps to your dreams.
  • Ask questions of EVERYONE you meet.
  • Listen.
  • Your WHY is more important than HOW.
  • Identify those things you don’t want.
  • What would you like your monthly income to be?
  • If you didn’t need any money, where would you spend your time?
  • What do you want and why?

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