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Make Your Daydreams Come True.

Make your Daydreams Come true.

I recently came across an old out-of-print book, called “How to Make your Daydreams Come True”, written by Elmer Wheeler. The book explains a Master Formula for turning dreams into reality in six steps.

1. Decide what you want.

2. Put it on Paper.

3.Know where to start.

4. Set it in Motion.

5. Don’t Settle for less.

6. Recognize it’s arrival.


1. Decide what you want. Unless you decide what you want then it is only natural that you won’t achieve it. So clearly that is the first step, have a daydream, decide what you want to accomplish.

2. Put it on Paper. Once you’ve seen the dream with your “mind’s eye” then express it on paper also so that you impress it upon your brain. This makes it come true faster.

3.Know where to start. Don’t try to put the cart before the horse. Put your dreams into a logical sequence a proper order. Don’t try to leapfrog just go step by step according to your plan.

4. Set it in Motion. Get the Dream moving. It begins to take form only with motion. You may make mistakes but you’re going to keep moving forward as you do.

5. Don’t Settle for less. Once the momentum is going just keep it going. Don’t compromise on your dream, don’t under sell your ambitions. Make your dream pay off in Full. Have Faith.

6. Recognize it’s arrival. Once you’ve achieved the goal then relax and enjoy it to the maximum. Don’t curb your ambition but curb greediness.


April 18, 2009 - Posted by | blog, Book Reviews, Lateral Thinking, non fiction, Psychology, Strategy, success, think and grow rich, writing | , , ,


  1. I think for most things I have the first three down. But the reeest… hmm… gimme five years and get back to me on that, lol

    Comment by ruthibelle | April 19, 2009 | Reply

  2. The rules sound pretty simple and basic but I think I need to get back to the basics now, hope some of you find it helpful too.

    Comment by heavylogix | April 19, 2009 | Reply

  3. Maybe I will give it a try. I will let you know how it works out.

    Comment by Mad Bull | April 20, 2009 | Reply

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