Dream Reboot Program is Boot Camp for Dreamers

As a couple living the life we only dreamed of five years ago, we are always happy to share ways others can learn to fulfill their own dreams. We recently discovered the Dream: Reboot program, perfect for those with big dreams who may feel stuck about where to begin on their road to enrichment.

Dream: Reboot: 12 Weeks to Making a New Reality is a 3-month boot camp in the art of dreaming big dreams and the science of making them come true.

Do you have a dream?

Dream Reboot Lifestyle Design WorkshopNancy Sathre-Vogel knows a thing or two about following your dreams. She and her family surmounted some serious obstacles to fulfill their own – the dream of taking her children out to discover the world from the seat of a bicycle. To date, her family has spent a total of four years cycling 27,000 miles through fifteen countries, including riding from Alaska to Argentina on the longest road in the world.

Now Nancy has partnered with Jenn Miller, another world traveler dedicated to encouraging, inspiring and empowering families who want to live their dreams and live outside the box. Together this team of doers, is helping dreamers all over the world break through the roadblocks keeping them from living their dream lives.

Nancy Sathre-Vogel (DreamReboot.com)

We had some questions for Nancy about her new Dream: Reboot program and she returned with some questions of her own. Here’s what she had to say for anyone who may feel stuck in life…

What was your first thought upon waking this morning?

  • Did you think about your mile long to-do list?
  • Did you think about your job and how much you love it? Or hate it?
  • Did you think about your kids and what they would do today?
  • Did you pull your covers back over your head in denial?

My first thought this morning when I woke was, “Dream: Reboot.”

And not just because we’re getting ready to launch another class!

Every day is a dream reboot when you change your perspective, and priority structure, to reflect the truth the each day you get to spend in any way you choose!

I waste too much time. I have to focus. I need to narrow it down, do the stuff that matters, channel my energies. I’m famous for having fifty projects on the go, and truthfully, I work better under pressure. I love working hard at things that inspire me, and it could be argued that too many things inspire me.

Jenn Miller (DreamReboot.com)

Does that sound like you?

Do you have big dreams, but are just spinning your wheels?

So these are my questions for you this morning, and for me as well:

  • What is it that you are passionate about?
  • How are you going to change the world with the time and resources you have?
  • What is your big goal?
  • Your life’s purpose?
  • How can you narrow your focus, cut the fat and do the things that really matter?
  • Do you have the guts to?
  • And if we do, now what?

The answer to, “Now What?” Dream: Reboot

Tags: ,

3 Responses to “Dream Reboot Program is Boot Camp for Dreamers”

  1. This post just turned me upside down and I thank you. See, here I was thinking that by asking those questions listed at the bottom, or at least thinking about those things first thing, that I was just spinning my wheels. Now I’m seeing that really, a car has to spin its wheels to produce a badass smoke show. Its quite nice to discover I’m doing something in my favor without even knowing it. That means that my inner light beingness is gaining on my inner gremlins. Sabotage inside out and backwards. Thanks again for this.
    ~Brandi H

    • Thanks for the comment Brandi! Spinning the wheels can indeed be a good thing, as long as they are driving forward movement in the direction you want. All that smoke without momentum can cause quick burnout.

      PS: Great website. I noticed your Kickstarter widget for I’m Fine Thanks, so you will recognize Dream:Reboot facilitator Nancy from Family On Bikes.

  2. It’s really inspiring to see how some brave people lead their lives. But also it is very difficult to step out the the box society built for us, I can’t imagine how worried I would be to leave everything behind a travel from Alaska to Argentina on a bike…

Leave a Reply to Boghill Click here to cancel reply.