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Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will

Mar 6, 2018

In this week’s podcast, I share a few dreams I have, both asleep and awake.

You’ll notice the link between my sleeping dream-stories and my waking stories, and how I interpret what those stories tell me about my own thoughts, otherwise not so transparent to me. Interpreting sleeping dreams are just one of many ways to encourage self-reflection, and I’m a big believer in self-reflection as the most important tool for growth.

 If your dreams are trying to tell you that you're stressed, anxious, and feeling exposed, listen to them.

Acknowledge the fear and find tools to work through it. When I wake up from one of these dreams, I take time to assess my fears in a clear, strategic way.

What am I really afraid of?

What's the worst thing that could happen?

How likely is it that the audience will be as critical of me as I am of myself?

What steps will you take to realize your dream, even if it scares you?