Dreams can be a source of guidance, both in life and in business.
I’ve always been curious about dreams. Partly because I’ve had them since I can remember, and partly because dreams helped me cope with a difficult time in my teenage years.
Since then I’ve discovered that dreams come from a deep source of wisdom within us Jung called the Self, an aspect of ourselves that wants the best for us, and is constantly encouraging us to become all that we can be.
Interestingly enough, dreams can also help us in business.
Having your own business is an exciting adventure: You’re following your schedule, you are posting your content, you’ll soon run a promotion for a workshop … and then, something happens. Life gets in the way.
Because life is unpredictable. And has the bad habit of not following our plans.
So from time to time, all of us will have to keep up with our business while navigating the rough waters of life.
I don’t know you personally, but if you are in any way like me, you tend to have a lot of ideas.
More than you can act upon.
Right now, on top of my branding & business reinvention coaching, I’d love to start a personal growth blog with a Jungian perspective. I want to run a Dreamwork group for conscious solopreneurs. And I’m also tempted to start an English conversation club for Spanish speaking entrepreneurs here in Madrid.