Dream Chaser or Dream Catcher?

Dream Catcher

The answer of course is both.

I have had Dream Chasers (see image below) in my mind as a series of gift cards with a very unique application for months and months on end. Then dream catchers were jumping out at me like signs from the universe.

When I mentioned this to my beloved, he said to me “is it a sign or is it just an extension of yourself?”.

Initially, I was annoyed. I LOVE signs. insert exasperated:Why was he dismissing my signs?

Today though, those words have provided inspiration. Not just from an artistic perspective but from a business perspective. It is an extension of myself. This is what I help all my clients with too. We find their passion, they come to awarenesses of how this might be a great business idea and we work together to eliminate anything that might be holding them back consciously and subconsciously from achieving their dream. I am a dream chaser myself. I help people chase and catch their dreams.

Dream Chaser AND Dream Catcher! (watch this space for snazzy new business tag line soon).

Question for you: What words have you heard lately that initially were less than easy to hear but when you reflect on them, they have a bigger meaning?

Dream Chaser by Dana Atkin

You Define Who You Are

Like by DanaAtkin

I don’t know about you but I’m really over the patronising “‘like’ if you have a heart, ignore if you don’t care” statuses on Facebook. It makes me worry how many people feel like they HAVE to do something in order to prove something to themselves and the Facebook society at large.

‘Like’ appears to be the new form of proving to the world that you care, have a heart, have friends you couldn’t live without, have family you love and people in your life who have fought battles both inside and out.

Liking a status, image or news item does not define you.

YOU define you.