Dreamers Breed Dreams

Have you ever wondered what you could do to make your dreams take off and grow?

There is something very practical you can do, but I think what that something is perhaps might surprise you.

If you want your dreams to climb to the next level, reach out and support someone else as they launch their special dream.


If you really want to see your dreams soar…

If you really want to see your dreams succeed…

Spend time investing in someone else’s dream.

Encourage their creativity.

Lend an ear to their ideas.

Brainstorm together to help them process and produce something beautiful.


Some of the greatest dreamers and doers poured themselves out for each other, and together, they produced art, literature, and relationship building beauty.

Have you ever heard of The Inklings?

Perhaps not, but I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of some of their members. The Inklings were a group of academics from the University of Oxford. Notable members included C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Owen Barfield.

Their brainstorming led to works like The Lord of the Rings, The Screwtape Letters, and The Chronicles of Narnia. Incredible, amazing, mind-blowing works of literature!

Oh, I wish!!

Toastmasters gather to hone their speaking skills…

Church planters huddle to commiserate and communicate…

Does the Cannes Film Festival sound familiar?

Dreamers are perfectly designed to develop other dreamer’s dreams.

I’m surrounded by a whole family full of dreamers. Other families have “family talks,” we have “dream sessions” with everyone contributing to make each other’s dreams special.

Seriously, the more we encourage and stimulate each other’s creativity, the more encouraged and stimulated we will become.

Who can you encourage?

Who would benefit from your listening ear and your thought-provoking questions?

What you give away will come back to bless you ten-fold and as your dreamer friends grow and succeed, you’ll see your dreams grow as well.

Let’s go build some dreams!


Stop and consider for a moment… Whose dream is waiting for the help that you could provide.