This is a post from the Dream Into It website:
Where does the DIIP (pronounced “DEEP”… the Dream Into It Program) belong?
The DIIP needs to be anywhere a person is hurting and wondering what in the world they’re going to do about the bills. It belongs anywhere someone has an idea, but doesn’t quite know how to put it into action.
The DIIP belongs inside of corporations, at Small Business Development Centers, on the Small Business Administration’s web site, in schools, and in churches. This program is designed to help people do the work that is inside of them to do. It belongs where the people are.
Here’s another section from the Dream Into It Manual & Workbook…
The course of action described here isn’t expensive, and it isn’t difficult. It doesn’t require a college diploma, a resume, an employment application, or even a job. But it does take effort. You will need to invest about fifteen minutes each day to get and stay started, but the payoff potential is immense.
If you do what this program asks of you, then you will succeed. It’s unavoidable. It’s a law of nature. It’s as sure as the sunrise and as timely as a Rolex. Henry David Thoreau put it like this, as he reflected on his experience at Walden Pond:
I learned this… that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.
This manual will show you exactly how to meet with your own “success unexpected in common hours.”
If you have been close to giving up on your dreams, don’t let go. If you have been settling for less and less, stop doing that. If you feel like you are drowning and are about to go under for the last time, let me throw you a life ring.
There are others who are counting on you to make it, whether you know it or not. Listen: It is possible for you, not just to survive, but to thrive.
You can do this.