Jan
08

Staples Survey say’s Business Owners Continue Working In Their Dreams

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The Palm Beach Post reported today on a Staples, Inc. survey that say’s business owners continue solving problems while dreaming. Of course this has long been a mental toughness secret of the world class. It’s another reason the gap between the middle class and world class continues to grow. While the masses¬†will be¬†striving for balance in 2008, champions will continue to turn in extraordinary efforts to make their dreams a reality. The real critical thinking question is; do you want your dream badly enough to think about it while you’re sleeping? Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this one!

Comments

  1. Mara Nappier says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this with all of us you actually know what you are talking about! Bookmarked. Kindly also visit my site =). We could have a link exchange contract between us!

  2. Fred says:

    I listen to affirmations at night.

  3. MitchM says:

    I can’t say that I work in my dreams as in being aware of them every night. BUT I use falling asleep time as a time to relax through muscle flexing and releasing while reciting affirmations about my business.

    Then, six mornings a week, I hike two hours with a forty-five minute Italian roast coffee break after the first hour and a half to read the Wall Street Journal (or Wired) at a local contemporary indie coffee house on a university campus (which also gives my business partner, best friend and wife of thirty-eight years a peaceful morning without my nonstop talking) ending up on a hill over looking Kalamazoo, Michigan where I’ve got a gal!

    BUT my mental hike contains a combination of life/business affirmations, reviewing plans for the day, analyzing past decisions and outcomes, and stretches of mental quiet – that’s a struggle – to experience as much nature as I can without interpretation.

    So by the time I return home I’m ready for conference calls, emails and whatever other business of the day I want to do. Essentually, I am at work 24/7 very much the way a writer escapes his or her passion nor would I want to escape it.

    Be that child in the playground of life.