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- “DARE TO DREAM: This Life Counts!” became an instant bestseller in three categories, retailing above Sir Richard Branson, don Miguel Ruiz, Lisa Nichols and Dale Carnegie.
- An excellent page-turning book with examples, stories and insightful exercises to get your inspired dream into your day-to-day life.
- New information from successful people and masters who share concrete and verified ideas that you can emulate for your success.
- Certified Life Coaches have made this book mandatory reading for their clients.
- Reaching a long sought-after goal is one of the most fulfilling aspects of being alive. Whether it’s climbing a mountain, graduating from high school, completing a marathon, getting married, landing a great job, or winning an Oscar, reaching significant goals makes life exciting. Reading this ensures that you leverage the essential steps required to reach any significant goal.
“Dare to Dream: A Guide is for those who seriously want to achieve something special. This marvelous book is by Debbi Dachinger, an authoritative and prolific woman who has made it her life s journey pursuing her own dreams while acting as a teacher and inspiration to many. As a Thought Leader, she provides stories and demonstrations for how you can get to the Promised Land where your dreams really can come true.” —- Marcia Wieder, CEO/Founder, Dream University
“Readers will not only be pleased with this book and guide…but also will perhaps decide to follow a few dreams of their own.” —- Hale Dwoskin, Author The Sedona Method
“It takes no courage for a flower to grow toward the light, but it does takes courage for humans to believe they are worthy of growing toward their own light. Debbi Dachinger has written a loving guide to help everyone move from fear to faith, from apathy to actions for a life of meaningful and abundant experiences. A life of yes . Thank you for writing Dare to Dream.” —- Melissa Manchester, Grammy Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter
DARE TO DREAM: This Life Counts! is a bestseller that won the Motivational Book of the Year Award from National Independent Excellence Awards and the Missy Bystrom Sponsor award. It also received a rave review in Writer’s Digest:
21st Annual Writer’s Digest Annual Self-Published Book Awards
Entry Title: DARE TO DREAM: This Life Counts!
Author: Debbi Dachinger
Entry Category: Inspirational
Books are evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 meaning “needs improvement” and 5 meaning “outstanding”. This scale is strictly to provide a point of reference, it is not a cumulative score and does not reflect ranking.
Structure and Organization: 4
Production Quality and Cover Design: 5
The author has a tremendous amount of enthusiasm that comes through in her voice, lending credence to her motivational plans and making the reader instantly comfortable with her as an authority.
It’s also quite wonderful that the author shares the ups and downs of her own journey and learning experiences as it’s honesty like that that makes for a sensational inspiration book, and the author provides the perfect number of personal anecdotes. Well done.
The Dream Blockers section was a true standout of the book, since that’s exactly what stuck people are dealing with, feeling like there are people and forces and beliefs preventing them from reaching their goals. The author handles this marvelously, providing depth of insight even in the most basic of categories like beliefs absorbed from other people. This is truly fresh insight, and a well-organized section of the book.
It’s also a strength that the reader writes in simple, short sentences in sections regarding fear or being scattered, since that’s exactly what that scattered reader’s own thoughts sound like. The author is wise to know that these staccato statements make an impact and are easily absorbed by the reader who at this early stage in the book is cognitively all over the place, and her pacing and sentence-work expands later in the book. This shows great presence of mind on the part of the author, honoring the growth the reader has experienced along the way, and speaking to him or her in elongated insights that he or she can absorb at that point. Excellent sentence pacing throughout, and this method truly stands out as a strength of the book.
Patterns of Successful People stands out as a unique offering here as well, with insights that resonate, and lessons that stay with the reader even after the reader experiences the coming rapid-fire gems of wisdom. The author has a packed book here, that in less talented hands could turn out to be too much, too fast, but the author lines up the motivational gems one after the other, and they stick. That’s a mark of well-developed writing talent, and a deep knowing of her subject matter.
The contrary action insight on page 30 is a true revelation, another one of the unique insights that stays with the reader.
Considering there is so much information in this book, so many insights, there is very little redundancy, which the reader appreciates. Again, in less talented hands, a similar guide would be filled with repeats and cliché’s, none of which appear here.
The Triumph Board and Triumph Journal are excellent calls to action, easy for the reader to create and delivering instant results. Very well done.
The forgiveness section of the book is another standout, since so many authors attempt to tackle the topic of forgiveness and leave the reader wanting. The author handles the topic well, with anecdotes that guide, without reverting to the simplistic or unrealistic.
The sections for Q&A are outstanding, with well thought-out questions that activate this book for the reader. Multiple readings of this book are possible, with new answers recorded by the reader, making this book a wonderful investment with repeat usage, with the reader’s growth expanding each time. Well done.
The Eckhart Tolle quote, “We create and maintain problems so we can have an identity,” is absolutely brilliant. That’s a wakeup call for readers who then wonder if they’ve built an identity around their problems and striving. Excellent, excellent, excellent. This could be the seed of an entire section, since the reader may want to explore that more, perhaps an anecdote could illustrate a person who realized her negative identity is her biggest hindrance.
“God gives us dreams a size too big so that we can grow into them,” is absolutely brilliant as well. A very hopeful message that stays with the reader long after the book is done.
The writer has talent with penning visualizations. She does a sensational job with these.
*Commentary may be quoted as: “Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards”