How to Prepare for Your Dreams
Every woman has a dream. It’s how God hard wired us. As a life coach, I’ve worked with women who have missed out on living their best life because they fail to properly prepare for their dreams. Once you learn how to prepare for your dreams, you become an unstoppable force.
You’ll see your dreams come to pass if you recognize opportunities that cross your path. Being ready means you can tackle whatever obstacles as they arise. It means that you refuse to let challenges stop you from achieving the goals and dreams in your heart.
Sometimes, dreams get fulfilled in unexpected ways. While it’s not possible to be ready for everything, it is possible to be as prepared as you can be for anything that might come your way. This includes both the challenges and the benefits that come with the journey toward your dreams. Preparation is the key to recognizing, receiving, and experiencing the joy of your dreams realized.
Ways to Prepare for Your Dreams
Some dreams can intimidate you because they seem impossible and might take a long time to come to pass. Just get started, refuse to give up, and plan to succeed. If you do, you have a better chance of them coming to pass.
There are many ways that you can prepare for your dreams.
List the steps you need to achieve a dream and the possible roadblocks
Keep a journal about what you’re accomplishing toward your dreams
Create a vision board to keep your dream in front of you
Cultivate a positive mindset and use declarations
Seek the people who can help you realize your dreams (such as a life coach)
Continue to apply yourself and work hard, even when things appear difficult
The most important thing you can do, though, is to keep your dreams before you. Think about them every day. Visualize success. Constantly remind yourself why your dreams are important. Replace the negative thoughts of your inner critic with successful self-talk. Preparing for your dreams means deciding that you’re worth it and that the fulfillment of these dreams is your God-given destiny.
If you continue to take steps in the direction of your dreams, you’ll become more prepared for their realization. Overcome both the fear of failure and the fear of success with consistent, positive steps in the direction of your dreams. Notice what is working and what isn’t, and change your approach until you get what you want.
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Get the Dream You Really Want
Before you get started, get clear on what your best life looks like. In a perfect world, what would your career look like? How would your relationships be different? How about your health? Your finances? Write down your ideal vision in a journal. Dream big!
God can do anything, you know—far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams! He does it not by pushing us around but by working within us, his Spirit deeply and gently within us. (Ephesians 3:20 The Message)
God wants us to think big!
When you begin to think about what you truly want, without limiting your imagination with doubts and worries, you’ll find your true passions. You’ll find what matters most to you and you’ll get excited. This is what it means to prepare yourself for your dreams. When you’re prepared, you’ll have the courage to go after your dreams and see them come to pass.
You’ll discover that you can live your best life if you take the time to learn how to prepare for your dreams.
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Hello, I’m Patti! I’m a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Christian Life Coach, Ramsey Solutions Master Financial Coach, author, and former retirement planner. I’m also an award-winning author and prayer warrior, serving on the prayer team at my local church.
My mission is to provide inspiration, coaching, tools, and resources to help you create a life you love by sharing what I’ve learned from overcoming my health and wellness challenges. I want to inspire you to claim all the goodness God has for you, so you can live your most beautiful life – spirit, soul, and body.