“Every day is a new beginning take a deep breath and start again.”
–Ritu Ghatourey–

Do you want to know how to turn your dream into reality? The secret is taking ACTION. Taking action demonstrates that you are serious and not just talking about your dreams. Without action, you’re just wishing. If you are serious about living the life of your dreams or accomplishing any goal, you must do something about it.

You will stay more committed to moving forward when you connect to a supportive community. Some of us are great dreamers, but need a little support with strategy. Others are great with strategy but need a little practice dreaming. Together we accomplish more. In community, we dream and are creative but we are also practical and strategic. This is exactly how we (me and 18 other authors from One Degree Shift community) were able to write and publish an amazing book in only 90 days.

Here’s how we did it! We turned our dream into a project. We mapped out weekly action steps to continually move forward on our goal. Yes, there were difficult moments, at times some of us thought we couldn’t do it and we questioned if we were good enough. But we stayed committed to our goal. Mapping out our project, strategy, and action and being connected to the support and accountability of community made us successful. In fact, this is the blueprint to produce substantial results in your life too.


  1. What are you passionate about? Get the big picture and see the dream.
  2. Turn your dream into a short-term project. Create a project that you can easily accomplish in one month that moves you forward. Go for specific, measurable results.
  3. Identify small actions you can take each week to move you closer to your goal. The steps you take every day will turn your dream into reality.
  4. Connect with a community that will support you with resources and encouragement.

If you don’t already have a strong community around you, consider joining One Degree Shift community. We’ll take action together! I look forward to supporting you.