DON’T Follow Your Dreams

20 Aug DON’T Follow Your Dreams

Today is a deep dive on the 5 W’s of experimenting with your dreams, on this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast.

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DON’T follow your dreams.

Yeah, you read that correctly. And yes, this is still the same podcast. I don’t want you to follow your dreams because your dreams aren’t something that you should chase.  It shouldn’t sound as if they’re almost always out of reach. Instead, I want you to experiment with your dreams!  That’s what this episode is about: a deep dive on the 5 W’s of experimenting with your dreams.

As you probably know, the entire Dream. Think. Do. revolution is modeled after the scientific method, so of course I encourage you to experiment! Experimenting allows you to learn quickly and limit risk so that your dream is even more attainable. Therefore, I’m giving you 5 easy questions that will help you investigate effectively.

What, When, What, Who, and Why. These 5 W’s (and yes, I’m aware that I used “what” twice) are the simple questions you can answer to start your experiment and keep it going even in the face of doubt and excuses. I break down each W and give you personal examples that you can apply to your own dreams.

Are you sick of following your dreams everywhere but never getting to catch them? Then take control! Listen in to discover the 5 easy questions that will help you test your dreams and find the best way to make them a reality. Don’t follow; experiment!

“Make experimenting with your dreams the new mindset.”

 

 

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6 Comments
  • Kevin Rees
    Posted at 10:11h, 20 August Reply

    Sounds great Mitch.
    A little like a cross between NLP and Solution Focused thinking. Define the problem/dream, examine it from all angles, goal set in large and small achievable chunks, mind map and execute.

  • Jan Chappell Davis
    Posted at 14:33h, 20 August Reply

    Great approach into testing your ideas and dreams. As always very inspiring!!

    • Mitch Matthews
      Posted at 10:57h, 28 December Reply

      Thanks so much Jan! Glad it resonated with you!

  • Bill Meyer
    Posted at 15:10h, 21 August Reply

    This could not have come at a better time! I am heading into the last 4-6 weeks before launch! This,like many others,have benefit from the awesome guests and deep dives.Keep on Keeping on Mitch. You and your team is AWESOME!
    BILL M

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