The 100 Day Reality Challenge

What Is Your Dream Job?


What Is Your Dream Job?

Let's live out loud and discuss what our dream jobs are! It's okay if you don't know what it is yet. Declare your intention to find your dream job and manifest it. It always helps to have supportive people to encourage you along the way.

Co-Creators: 128
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2016

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Ideal Job Hmmmm!

Started by Sejal Dec 15, 2011. 0 Replies

What Is Your Dream Job?

Started by Christine. Last reply by Luna Santana Oct 24, 2011. 17 Replies

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Comment by Staisha on June 9, 2009 at 9:50am
I am attracting interviews at real estate development companies (BMRT) and housing agencies (BHA) throughout June. The interviews are going well. I have great salary offers (35-40k). I adjust well to the new position. I am excelling at the company I work for.
Comment by Shirah Penn on June 9, 2009 at 12:29pm
I am a well known and respected teacher of little children. I am a Teacher's Teacher. I teaching young women who to create fulfilling lives full of self worth and self esteem. I am joyfully reaching out and sharing my wisdom and strength with me and you.
Comment by Carol Watson on June 9, 2009 at 2:57pm
I am attracting a fabulous career that pays me an excellent 6 figure salary doing working that I love and am thrilled about travelling between Canada and the Europe all expenses paid with tons of vacation time. I visit wonderful new places and stay in the finest places. I am meeting fabulous new people who are insync with me and have similar values. I build fabulous relationships with my customers and staff. I am respected and totally fulfilled and work with wonderful and enthusiastic, passionate people who are happy and content. I wake up each morning thrilled and excited to start a fabulous new day. I am creative and motivated to be the best that I can be. I excel at my job with opportunities to climb the corporate ladder. I love my wonderful new career. Thank you for bringing the perfect work into my life. I am truly blessed and abundant. Thank you!
Comment by Susanne Neander Duus on June 12, 2009 at 5:21pm
My intention is to work in a really nice 5 star resort, where the sun shines, as a revenue manager. I get an excelllent pay and promotions and other benefits are offered to me. I am respected and I have the ability to always make the right decisions to make the best results. This is my first goal, thereafter I will become a General Manager.
Comment by Christine on June 16, 2009 at 8:00pm
I am one step closer to my dream job. I just landed my very first internship in my new industry (fashion) and will start working tomorrow. Yey! After this, I plan to get an internship with a prominent design house as a fashion designer, or possibly two, and then move onto a full time position as a designer designing high-end womens wear and evening wear. Eventually I would like to create my own line and have it be carried by many boutiques around the country and the world and at major department stores.

Any updates on anyone else's job situation? Congrats to those who are in fulfilling and great careers! For those that are not happy in their current jobs, it's a good time to make a change and really think about what makes you happy and follow your heart. Remember that it all starts with a bunch of little steps, moving towards the direction you want to go, and then eventually, you will find that you are there!

Good luck everyone! Sending you much love and success!
Comment by Johanna on July 5, 2009 at 6:51pm
Congratulations Cristina!!!
Comment by Anamaria on July 15, 2009 at 3:59am
I now powerfully choose to attract my ideal job.

Loving what I read on this group, congratulations on your wonderful focus and progress everyone! I look forward to reading many success stories.
Comment by Carol Watson on August 9, 2009 at 6:27am
Hi all:

I have completed my resignation and handed it in at the new company I started with last month. It is a very amicable parting and I have been well taken care of financially and have been released effective immediately and paid my working notice time and I am free to immediately pursue the building of my fulltime chair massage business. They are so impressed with my desire to build and grow my business that they are referring clients and businesses to me to assist me in building my business.

I have contacted clients, friends and customers to help me get my chair massage business going full-time! With this step I have created 20 hours of paid chair massage every week locally with great clients, companies and people. They love the work that I do and their lives are richly rewarded through our interactions. I am well paid and earn £1,000.00 free and clear each week. Each person I speak to or massage refers me to others and brings me more work allowing me to hire others and reward and enrich their lives. It is a win win situation and everyone is happy, healthy, playful and well rewarded for their time and effort.

I now work less hours - 20 hours a week max, I have more money, doing work that I love with lots and lots of play time and travel time, with lots of interaction with my clients and people in general and brings physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits to us all. Building my income to £2,000.00 a week free and clear! More and more money is coming to me every day. More and more chair massage work is coming to me every day. I received cash, money and cheques payable to me every day in the mail. I am thrilled to bits!

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Carol x
Comment by PERCE-NEIGE on August 31, 2009 at 2:00pm
First, I need a well-paid job to pay my studies and fulfill my needs and have a better comfort. This job is paid 2000€ monthly. I am a high-level assistant.
My qualities are recognized. I have perfect and pleasant relationships with my colleagues, males and females. I am always smiling and joking with them when I'm not working hard.
I learn a huge amount of interesting and various stuff by my job. And my intellectual curiosity is satisfied. They appreciate my knowledge.
I met a lot of interesting and positive people by my job.
I am very polyvalent and efficient.
I am concentrated and responsible. No details are out my focus and I know how to manage with conflictual situations.
Doing perfectly my job I bring good things to our customers and business partners.
I am full of energy. At lunch I eat healthy food because a cheap and healthy shop is very close.
I enjoy the place where I work. The rooms are very neat and well-decorated. The air is healthy. It is quiet and full of good vibrations.
I don't take a long time in the subway to go to my job. I never arrive late!
When I work additional hours to get more money or for the pleasure to achieve perfectly my task, it is very appreciated and I'm never used as an object.

Now I studied enough to have my second dream job.
I completed my scientific studies that I left years ago and I am a empathic doctor specialized in naturopathy, psychology issues and nutriterapy.
Comment by OrangeBird on September 25, 2009 at 5:45pm
hi, co-creators! I'd like to introduce myself to the group. My #1 intention right now is to find and land a dream job. It took me a while to figure out what is my dream job.I've been uneployed almost a year and gone through ups and downs and deep downs like many other people right now. My situation is not unique, but wierd for me. So, this morning I 've made my list of preferences fo my dream job and want to share them with you.
I'm in process of landing my dream job. I work as a project coordinator in a company with international clients and offices. I involved in software development and trainings. I work with and help people. I give presentations and sometimes travel. I make $60k and can afford a nice house and luxury vacations. I have a nice office with a big window, friendly and smart colleagues and boss as a wise mentor. I'm grateful for my job and feel accomplished by the end of the day... And I wear nice clothes!


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