Dream It!: A Playbook to Spark Your Awesomeness
The thing I like about the book is that it’s pretty funny. The page where it tells you about dream sensors or “feedback units,” “dreams catchers,” and “signaling devices” is very interesting because your body parts are the dream stuff. You use your heart to dream, and you use your brain to dream so this seems real, but I don’t know about the other stuff. They give you instructions on how to dream; it tells you to fill your dream bucket and it gives you word puzzles. They want you to dream like someone who knows how to dream. They want you to have your dreams come true. That’s why they ask you questions like, “If you had a lot of money, what would you do?” And “If you had vault filled with a secret treasure, what would be inside?” I said my babies. There’s another question: “Would you rather have one big dream come true or a hundred little dreams come true?” My answer was one big dream. I would rather have an easy life with one big dream. Another fun thing that they do is connect the dots and you can do things like fold paper. There’s a Sarah and a Scott character, and you can answer a Sarah or Scott question. They tell you to trust your instincts. What I didn’t like about the book is I didn’t always understand what they wanted me to do. Somebody who really wants a dream should read this book. They’ll have more dreams, and their dreams will come true. I would give this book four stars.
|Scott Stoll • Sara Williams
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