The 5 pillars to make all your dreams come true

1% better every day at 11:11am - newsletter #043

As you know, but if you don't, now you know, I'm a dream coach (Yes, the term does exist!). In the last 5 years, I've made +250 dreams come true and I'm on my way to 350. But above all, I have the pleasure and the chance to be able to guide hundreds of people at the same time.

My method to make all your dreams come true is based on 5 big pillars.

  1. Anything is possible.

    It may sound cliché, but it's just the truth. All the dreams you have in mind are possible, everything you desire most is possible. It may not be right away, but with a good system and discipline you will make it happen. Another point of argument: there must be someone, somewhere, who has already achieved what you want to accomplish, so why not you?

  2. If you can't measure it, you can't improve it.

    After seeing more than 3500 dreams on Timeleft, I have observed two main types of dreams: those that can be made measurable (and therefore attainable) and those that are not measurable (and therefore simply inspirational). It's great to want to "be happier" or "be more athletic" or "spend more time with my family", but it's not a definite direction. Good questions to ask are: "How many hours of sports do you do per week? What is your goal? Lose weight? What kind of sport fits your goal? etc.”

  3. Dream big, starts small

    In the most popular dreams on Timeleft, we find the great classics such as "travel around the world" or "become bilingual in English". These are "big dreams", so big that they paralyze more than anything else. Dream big, that's good. Start small, that's better. Before starting a world tour, there are some steps to validate such as making a list of countries or establishing a budget. Why not set a 5-year goal to get there and gradually increase from year to year?

  4. Motivation is to begin, the system is to finish.

    That's mistake number one! We think our motivation will take us all the way. If that were true, we'd see more people in gyms after January! Motivation is important at the start to give the impulse, but it's the implementation of an efficient system that makes it possible to accomplish one's dreams. How do you get there? This is the purpose of the following point

  5. Talk about it to somebody.

    To a coach or a person who has already fulfilled the same dream. It is through discussion that you will succeed in establishing an effective system, that you will be able to discover the steps to put in place between now and the achievement of your dream. That's exactly why we created Timeleft: to bring together those who have dreams and those who have already made them come true!

I want a dream coach


ONE QUOTE TO SHARE

  • “The deeper the sadness, the more intense is the joy that overcomes it. The greater the joy, the greater can also be the sadness that comes with it like its shadow.” - Clément Rosset


ONE ARTICLE TO READ

“Starting today, we’re rolling out a new way to raise money for a personal cause, like yourself, your small business, a friend or a cause that's important to you. We'll begin with a small test to create a Personal Fundraiser in the US, UK and Ireland on Android, followed by iOS. If you live in a country where you can donate to a fundraiser through our donation sticker, you are also eligible to donate to a Personal Fundraiser on Android starting today.”


ONE PERSON TO FOLLOW

I'm a big fan of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele! With an array of sketches as far-reaching as they are cringingly accurate, the pair has created a bevy of classic characters, including Wendell, Mr. Garvey the substitute teacher, the players of the East/West Bowl and President Obama's Anger Translator.

My favorite video :


ONE QUESTION TO ASK YOURSELF

  • How many times have you started your workday with a schedule and by 10 a.m. you were already completely off track or behind?


ONE WORKOUT TO DO

  • Beach Workout

Block 1
5 rounds > 30 air squat + 20 push ups + 10 burpees + 200m de nage

Block 2
6 rounds > 10m lunges + 10m high squat jump + 1'30 rest


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