Dreaming Is Dangerous

The above clip was taken from #dactalk Episode 005, Selling On Social Without Sounding Like a Salesman

In an earlier post I wrote about the danger we face when dreaming. I didn’t realize it when I initially wrote it, but this is a topic that I am apparently pretty passionate about.

[Tweet “Dreaming is dangerous but dreaming is worth it.”]

I host a entrepreneur Google Hangout every other week with my co-host Charissa Moore and the topic of danger in selling came up. I took the opportunity to elaborate on the danger of dreaming.

What is the dream you have for your life? I don’t care how old you are or unprepared you are or unable you are… please share below what dream you currently have for your life. There is great power in committing a dream to words so…


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  1. Espinoza Joshua
    Espinoza Joshua says:

    Working with those with eating disorders for two years and really being in the trenches with them as a tech, seeing the struggles, seeing the good and bad things happening within the company has really pushed me to want to start my own eating disorder facility using my own experiences to make it great. I moved back to NM and there is no such facility in place here currently so it would be the first.

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  1. […] When we introduce our expertise into a new context it is natural for us to second guess our decisions and downplay our expertise. We will surrender what makes us different and unique for the sake of satiating critics or in the name of common sense. Essentially we try to make dreaming safe but dreaming is dangerous. […]

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