“Scooby Snacks” For Your Dream-Building Appetite

In Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady‘s book, “Launching a Leadership Revolution (LLR)”, hunger is discussed as one of the biggest facets of leadership. It is stated, “Hunger provides the energy to begin, the stamina to persist, and the will to finish an endeavor.”

Similar to the human body, one’s hunger needs to be fed on a regular basis. Without proper nutrition, it will surely die. A well-balanced diet that keeps hunger strong and full of energy is provided through regular “meals” that consist of a combination of the “3 Levels of Motivation”: 1) Material Success, 2) Recognition and Respect, and 3) Purpose, Destiny and Legacy. Entire blogs could be dedicated to each of these levels alone, however, this article will focus on a sub-category within the “Material Success” level…dream-building.

In the LLR, the following two quotes are stated regarding dream-building:

“Nothing happens unless first a dream.” — Carl Sandberg

“What do you want? Write it down, visualize it, dream it, team it and scheme it, and it’s yours.” — Mark Victor Hansen

As stated above, a well-balanced diet for hunger is provided by combining all 3 levels of motivation on a regular basis. My goal with this article is to provide you with a few “Scooby snacks” to quench your dream-building appetite. Below you will find some dream-building links…have fun and enjoy!

I want to fly an airplane!

I want a unique motorcycle!

I want to go shopping!

I want to travel!

I want a yacht!

I want a snowmobile!

I want a personal watercraft!

I want a motorcoach!

I want a car!

I want a ski boat!

I want a new home!

I want a Harley-Davidson!

I want to go on a fishing trip!

I want to go on a hunting trip!

I want to drive a race car!

I want to go on a mission trip!

I want to donate to charity!

The life you’ve always wanted is waiting for you…dream-build regularly and go get it!

God bless and have a great day!

Eric C. Blomdahl

20 responses to this post.

  1. Eric, AWESOME POST! Great links to all kinds of wonderful dreams we did not even know existed. The house is amazing! The coach WOW! The shoes!!! (from Chris) Thanks for always finding a way to charge the elephant (from The Ant & Elephant book)! FREE TRIPS!!!!


  2. Posted by Steve and Chrissy Davanzati on June 5, 2012 at 2:29 pm

    Wow! Such an awesome blog post Eric! Chrissy and I both love the lodge (minus just a couple animal mounts). Thanks SO much for reminding us to keep our dreams alive everyday and stay focused on the good in life!


  3. Great post Eric! LLR is a fantastic book to help us ramp up the courage and motivation to get success! Cool links… isn’t it amazing how many resources there are out there for dream-building? Now we have a vehicle for anyone to achieve those dreams!


  4. Posted by Sherry Pries on June 7, 2012 at 8:16 am

    Thanks, Eric, for putting this all together for us. So great to just be able to go right to the site & even check out some that hadn’t occured to me yet. You & Jen are awesome.


  5. Posted by Pat and Mary Hermsen on June 7, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Thanks for putting this together, Eric. What a great tool for getting the elephant charging!


  6. Posted by Carole Eldredge on June 7, 2012 at 9:40 pm

    Hey Eric, I think I saw your face in the window of one of those Cessnas! Dreamin’ made even easier thanks to the creative minds of the Blomdahls. Thanks neighbor!


  7. Great dream directory, Eric!


  8. Posted by John Graff on June 8, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    Thanks Eric for doing all the dirty work. I will mention your site to all the men that will be here tonight for the ‘last’ official men’s leadership. Hopefully they are checking out your website anyway… nice job.


  9. Awesome Eric! Thanks for sharing! You invested a lot of time researching and developing this. Dweamy weamy … We have heard it for a long time … often better to be reminded than instructed. Thanks for doing all the hard work and look forward to doing alot of the above Dreams with family and friends on this incredible endeavor!


  10. Dreams come through an appetite of hunger. Great article to take as carry out just before the Major.


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