Creative Dream TV: What if I don’t know what my dream is?

This week I’m answering a question I get all the time:  What if I don’t know what my dream is?

Not knowing is so frustrating!

Or sometimes you think you know what your dream is, but you’re not sure. That’s frustrating too!

In this video I’ve got 2 solutions for you.  Watch it now:

Here is the link to Barbara Sher’s amazing book: Wishcraft (you can read the whole thing for free online!)


  1. Gin on September 27, 2012 at 12:14 am

    Wonderful as always, Andrea – thank you!

  2. Char on September 27, 2012 at 7:45 am

    Hi Andrea, I so love your Creative Dreams TV, I always savor your message. What really resonated with me is that you used the word “legitimate”. I’m glad that you made a point to say that it’s a legitimate dream to have your first dream to be to know what your dream is. It seems a bit ridiculous but I’m stuck at that point too, so giving myself permission to have that dream as my first dream feels lighter already. Thank you for sharing this with us!

  3. Lynne on September 27, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    I started the Creative Dream Incubator with no clue about what I wanted and now I’ve figure out I have two big…HUGE passions that I’m trying to figure out how to merge and bring to life.

    Very exciting times! Thanks Andrea for always saying just what I need to hear. :)

  4. Tracy on September 28, 2012 at 7:35 am

    I began Creative Dream Incubator with a dream in mind, one that’s been brewing and which I’ve been working at for a while. Due to some shifts I’ve had to make, I’ve been finding CDI a HUGE support as I make some changes and allow my dream to grow…perhaps even in a new, unexpected direction. Fueling myself with love and possibilities is keeping me going. Soon on to Module 4.
    Oh, yes, I’m unsettled by all of this too. The faster things become, the more I want to slow down, not move faster along with the bandwagon! For nearly a week I gave myself permission not to blog. Having a weekend away with my husband and us having fun time was more important than anything else. I love blogging. But allowing myself to be silent at my own space was rather liberating! There are all kinds of Slow Movements… but there still seems so much buzz about busy-busy. We need more SLOW! :o) Great to catch up here. I’ve been offline some days having fun… just now surfacing! Happy Weekend, Andrea ((HUGS))

    • Tracy on September 28, 2012 at 7:37 am

      Whoops… for some reason my post/comment picked up a copy/paste I did earlier elswhere… not good… Sorry about that, Andrea! My computer has been acting weird lately. Maybe it needs a vacation?! ;o)