This week I took it upon myself to make one of my dreams come true – I spent the day at a Wild Animal Refuge in Northern California. I’ve dreamed, since I’m a little girl, of spending time with a monkey – always wanted to connect like that, and was tired of just imagining it – so with the help of a dear friend, we made it happen. The actual day was extraordinary, in that I was gifted to spend the day with 25 wild animals I’d normally not have the chance to experience. With a passion to do something and a strong intention anything can happen. The day was amazing; as you might imagine, and I have tons of pictures – me with a kangaroo, me with a crocodile (!), me with Cookie the monkey…I left the experience feeling bliss and quite full inside. What do you dare to dream and what are you doing to make those dreams come true? Listen to my radio show and be inspired to move forward in your dreams and goals. I offer solid information each week and interview amazing, inspiring guests who have created a myriad of big-time dreams come true!

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"See that any time you feel pained or defeated, it is only because you insist on clinging to what doesn't work. Dare to let go and you won't lose a thing except for a punishing idea."
Guy Finley, Author of The Secret of Letting Go

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Here’s some ways to get noticed in your Industry:

1) Make friends with people who have already been noticed. Specifically I mean interacting with others. Social and professional media is terrific – Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, and they’re also somewhat impersonal. Connect with others one on one– offer them ideas, acknowledge their professional contributions; just say hello. Become friends with important people in your industry and chances are they’ll pay attention to what you do professionally and they’ll be likely to share it with their own networks.

2) Be Authentic. In all ways. Be yourself. Also be sure to have a photo of you on your profiles that is an accurate depiction of you. When you walk in the room people you should like just like your profile photo on line. When sharing about yourself there’s no need to add anything too personal, however do add a few genuine tidbits of you that are real and genuine. Also be authentic when connection with others. Don’t try too hard, just be yourself and let things flow.

3) Do Something Different: Attract attention by doing what makes you passionate and turns you on. Do it your way through the lens of your eyes and experience. It’s okay to be quirky and diverse. Being positively unusual is attractive. When Lady Gaga came on the scene she was very unusual and different. She also spent most of her life being made fun of and not fitting in while growing up. Lady Gaga parlayed all who she is coupled with her enormous musical talent and showmanship – and it’s made her a tremendous star. Her quirkiness has paid off very well; in fact people love her because she is so different and dared to who she is with no apologies.

4) Spread the love: To be respected in your industry show that you recognize other people’s meaningful contributions. Share them with others. Applaud and support others. When you generously share and link to other people’s work they’re generally kindly disposed toward you. My experience is that love and kindness comes back tenfold.
"People often say that this or that person has not yet found himself. But the self is not something one finds, it is something one creates."
Thomas Szasz, Psychiatrist and Author

Dare to Make Your Dreams A Reality!
Deborah Dachinger
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Author's Bio: 

Dare to Dream was created to inspire my listeners to take steps towards their dreams and turn those goals into a reality.
The "Dare to Dream" radio show has been featured in Yahoo News, Earth Times, and Singapore Star News. The show won the “Intriguing Creator” award from YouPublish, an Honorary Lifetime Achievement Award from Elite VIP, and inducted into the W.C. Mepham Who’s Who Alumni Hall of Fame