The Dream Catalyst

12 Stimple Steps Towards Your Dreams & Desires

 

This isn’t a ‘How To’ book that tells you what to do or what to think.

Each step is a clue to seeing your dreams and desires come into focus, creating momentum and intentional direction.

Kate Pennell

Permission To Launch

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Each Simple Step is covered by a supporting article listed below.

Take the opportunity to ask questions, or to celebrate the realisation of your vision, by commenting and connecting on the relevant article pages. The articles can’t do the work for you, the more you engage with the process the more you will get out of it for sure. We’re here, however, to walk alongside you.

 

The Dream Catalyst Step 12

Me, myself, and I. How hard is it to be yourself? ‘Just be yourself.’ How many times have we heard, or even given, that advice? Just. It makes it sound so easy, so simple. Is that your experience, that it’s easy and simple to be yourself? Do you even know your...

The Dream Catalyst Step 11

“Change is…” How to be a kinesthetic dreamer.   Well, according to Google, change is: Good Inevitable Gonna come The only constant Coming Constant The old adage of ‘constant change is here to stay’ does seem to be true so why, oh why, do we...

The Dream Catalyst Step 10

  Wishing won’t get you there: How to set rewarding goals for your dreams.     So, be honest, how is that working out for you? Wishing never made anything so. Neither does the style of dreaming that most people indulge in. It’s Fairyland. There is...

The Dream Catalyst Step 9

  Defining Desire   Desires move us. They can give us energy, momentum, and direction whether we listen to them or not. If you flow with them they will bring about powerful change but the same is true if you try to block them out.   Dangerous Desires...

The Dream Catalyst Step 8

  Daring To Dream.   Have you ever been in a place in your life where dreams seem like a luxury? Or because of your present situation or past experiences, the idea of having dreams is just too painful so you don’t open that door anymore? Maybe for you, it...

The Dream Catalyst Step 7

  The Quest.   Dictionary.cambridge.org defines the word quest as ‘a long search for something that is difficult to find, or an attempt to achieve something difficult’. As a verb, it means to search or to pursue, but after its use in Medieval romance...

The dream Catalyst Step 6

Investing Wisely. I am here and I want to get to there. To get there, I need to know how, who, what, where, and when. Life today seems full of demands on our time and on our cash. That, coupled with the fact that most people I meet are not brimming with high...

The Dream Catalyst Step 5

Excuses Are For Gooses. It’s a silly phrase that we have in our house that seems to sum it all up. Sometimes I’m that goose:  I would rather do anything than what I need to do – even housework! My excuses for not following through on what I need to do to see my...

The Dream Catalyst Step 4

Unhappy in your job? It could be good for you.   Sometimes, we’re not  enthusiastic  or happy with where our lives are but we don’t know what we want. That is OK. Actually, it’s more than OK, it is a good place to start.   We’ll look at this by walking...

The Dream Catalyst Step 3

How to deal with negative reactions to your dreams.   Torpedoed and sunk. Have you ever felt your dream sinking after a conversation  with someone? It could be someone close to you, a professional, or a random stranger on a bus. They are not the enemy, per se,...

The Dream Catalyst Step 2

How to leave the labels of the past behind.   Labels. We find them on the inside of our underpants and probably on the inside our heads and our hearts. As we roll through life we seem to pick them up whether we want them or not.   Teachers. Kids at school....

The Dream Catalyst Step 1

What were your childhood dreams? Could it be that they still matter? What dreams have you left on the shelf?   Step 1 in ‘The Dream Catalyst’ is looking at your childhood dreams. But what’s the point? Most of us have grown up and gotten on with...