This week we’re going to talk about your dreams.
Now we’ve talked a lot about the importance and power of getting a good night’s rest, and the act of dreaming is a product of REM sleep which, in turn, gives the brain time to heal.
So in this sense, dreaming is good.
But as interesting as the encounter between you and a giant penguin dressed as your high school principal might be, we’re not talking about those sorts of dreams this week.
Instead, I’m joined in the studio this week by Digital Marketing & Business Consultant, Two Time TEDx Speaker, and Writer, Jacqueline Boone.
Fluent in English, Spanish, and Mandarin, she has worked and taught on multiple continents for over two decades.
And for the purpose of this conversation, she is also the Founder of The Dream Academy, an online education hub for both new and seasoned entrepreneurs, as well as the Six Months to Live Project.
Jacqueline and I discuss the misconceptions around day-dreaming, the need for leaders to give their people the space to dream - even if it means losing them, and why so many of us stop dreaming in the first place.
I know dreaming sounds like an idle task, but I promise this conversation is anything but stationary.