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January 28, 2011

so much of what i do is to dream up a design, create it, then hopefully inspire others. this phrase can take on other meanings which is what this series is about. this is a brand-spanking new series that will be  used to help you dream, create + inspire with some amazing entrepreneurs + people living their dreams.

i simply adore quotes + wake up to one every day to begin my day fresh + motivated. soon you will see guest posts from some people we admire to learn their dreams, about their jobs + daily  motivations. the good + the bad.  i believe everyone has peaks + valleys in their path to their dreams, + find it so important for people working to create their dreams to know they are not alone.  learn how others stay motivated  through their paths + manifest their dreams.

so now i ask you – to ensure i bring you value, what are some questions you would love the answers to that could help you to continue to stay inspired. here are a few i have put together. would love your feedback on any additional questions you would like the answers to from our lovely features..

what was your childhood dream?

your dailies (job)

what is your favorite thing about your job?

how did you start your company?

favorite quote(s)

favorite flower

how do you stay motivated daily?

toughest challenge upon working towards your dream?

how did you work through it?

how many times have you heard no?

often times no can be very demotivating, how have you turned no’s into yes’s or find the silver lining?

i find it very important to recognize your accomplishments, while you set new goals to have a sense of achievement. list your favorite accomplishment this year?

balancing free services vs paid while building your business

what is the one thing that has given your company a big boost?

as we grow + learn more about ourselves, evolution may be necessary. how do your dreams evolve as you do?

when do you know when its time to let go of a goal and move on to another?

what inspires you?

creatives tend to have numerous passions, how did you hone in your focus to keep your creative self satisfied?

your favorite go–to books/magazines/brands that you adore?

persons you have looked up to for drive + inspiration?

what do you recommend for creative, budding entrepreneurs working to create their dreams?

are you interested in participating in this series? visit here for information.

7 Comments leave one →
  1. January 28, 2011 9:35 am

    LOVE this new series and I am just like you from a very young age I have had quotes all over the place, they are great inspiration! I also love reading creative people’s autobiographies, you can learn so much from other’s peaks and valleys. I just read Gloria Vanderbilt and it was fantastic!
    Great questions – How do you stay motivated, favorite quote, what is the one thing that has given your company a big boost, how do you change as your dreams change, when do you know when its time to let go of a goal and move on to another?

    Can’t wait to see this series!


  2. January 29, 2011 10:24 am

    What a beautiful series you are starting, and what a divine blog you have. So happy to have discovered a fellow dreamer. Adding you to my daily reads :)

    Hugs from your new fan in Paris,

    Camille @ Paris in Pink


  3. January 29, 2011 1:00 pm

    I love this series idea! I can’t wait to read the replies. If you need anyone else for it, let me know- I would love to help contribute!

    (Also, I loved y’alls picks in Rue! I’m so happy to see that neutral hue is doing so well!)


    • January 29, 2011 1:09 pm

      thank you, courtney! let’s chat about that. send me a note with your story! and yes – is keeping us busy building collaborations:-) all a labor of love.


  4. January 31, 2011 2:41 pm

    great series!! You should ask, when do you realize an idea is not going to work? When you realize its not going to work, do you give it up and move on quickly, or do you try to make it work even after you know it wont. For every realized dream I think there are many that fail. Dealing with failure well is a mark of a truly successful person.



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