Do you feel stuck in life? Do you own a business or are looking to create a business? Do you feel like your life or career lacks meaning? Do you want to create a life filled with passion and purpose while succeeding in business?
If you find yourself struggling with the question of how to find purpose in your life or figuring out how to know what to do for a career, or any of the questions above, The Dreaming Room could be for you.
I first came across The Dreaming Room back in May 2011 after hearing Michael E. Gerber, author of the bestselling book ‘The E-Myth’ speak at a business seminar. I’ve always been intrigued by the concepts of Michael E. Gerber back from his days with The E-Myth. His concepts about systemizing businesses and “working on your business instead of working in your business” really hit home for me when I was first learning his material.
To hear that he was working on a new project called The Dreaming Room really blew me away. One of my biggest questions was “What exactly is The Dreaming Room?”
I quickly found out that The Dreaming Room is a 12 week entrepreneur incubator that meets 1x/week for 3-hour sessions (36 total hours). Each session is limited to 9 people and the course takes business owners and entrepreneurs through a step-by-step process to create a viable, economically successful company that has a dream, vision, purpose, and mission.
The extraordinary process was created by Michael E. Gerber based on his 50 years of experience working with 10′s of thousands of small business owners and entrepreneurs.
The primary purpose of The Dreaming Room?
To “awaken the entrepreneur within” for individuals who may be thinking about starting a business, are sick of their job, don’t really know where their career is going, are stuck in life, or for whatever reason don’t really know how to go about creating a better life.
Fast forward to today and that’s all I needed to hear to get started and experience the process. Anytime I have the opportunity to experience something that will allow me to find clarity in my life and help me answer the question of how to find a purpose in life, I’m in! The process was extraordinary and now I’m thankful that I have the opportunity to facilitate the process.
So if you feel stuck in your life today, what are some of the reasons for why you have that feeling? What does it stem from?