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Here are some of the things Dreambook users and endorsers are saying about Dreambook.

Manuel Salazar Pharex Pascual Lab

“This journal is perfect for those who wish to take a holistic approach in pursuing their dreams. It makes one realize that it is not enough to have just the skills or talent to succeed in life. Forming good habits, sticking to them and having a positive attitude are much more valuable when you have a goal in mind. This is how this journal can help people in their journey through life. It provides them with tools and written inspiration to keep them motivated and focused. Most importantly, it gives them spiritual guidance to constantly remind them that with God, nothing is impossible.”

Manuel Salazar, Chairman of Pharex Healthcorp and Board Member of Pascual Laboratories

RJ jimenez dream academy

The Dreambook makes you bolder in achieving your goals and in living your dreams. It gives you a clear vision of your path, shows you where you are and where you should be, keeps you inspired every single day, develops your personality, and makes you crave for your goals even more. It keeps your passion burning. Looking back at your journey written down, it feels you’re unstoppable… Minsan kapag tinatamad ako, nakakagana ulit kapag nakita mo yung mga sinulat mong specific dreams.

RJ Jimenez, Pinoy Dream Academy

…visualizing my goals/my POINT B really speeds up the process. Thanks Dreambook for helping me track my action steps and mark my milestones… Made me accomplish my goals with clarity and focus.

Khandee Adami

I am really glad something like this is out in the market. More sensible than most planners kids buy these days…

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle.

I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle. I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Well, your Dreambook jumpstarted that for me last week.  Believe it or not, I had stopped dreaming for a decade. I was just this forlorn negatron resigned to a life of hardship, obligation and disappointment. As a young graduate I had to let go of dreams nurtured through college. As a young professional, I numbed myself to desire and simply lived to work and provide. Until it became a lifestyle. I spoke of God and His faithfulness and goodness to encourage others, yet deep down feared to fully hope in Him. So I stopped dreaming and desiring altogether. I lost my mom to cancer just last year–the best friend, dream-chaser and cheerleader I ever had. I buried myself further into household management, chores, work, and taking care of another ailing parent. The mundane things made sense. It was practical. Black and white. Long sordid story short, it was a bleak horizon. And I was wallowing. It was like that for a loooong time. Then during one of my random trips to National Bookstore, I was walking down the aisle when a flash of yellow caught my eye. I stared at the title “I Chase My Dreams Now”. I could have been a statue. I just stared at the words and found myself picking the book up. I chase my dreams now… Now… It was like an awakening (LOTR soundtrack playing as I type this). Haha. Sorry. Napahaba. But I’d like to tell you that you are a blessing. God is using you to touch many people’s lives. I want to dream again. Thanks to your trigger of a Dreambook.

Fjel Maranan

Hi! I purchased DreamBook over two weeks ago; and I just want to say thank you thank you. thank you.

The book brought some sort of order in my search for my ‘hunger’ or what I very much want to achieve in my life. The order I was talking about is the prioritizing and the steps I need to take to achieve it. one day at a time.

It inspired me so much to begin my vision board; and it came at a time when I was seeking some sort of light or direction. I learned a lot about myself in the process; which is good because it activated my drive.

I haven’t finished filling up the pages before the actual planner, and it seems like the space is a little cramped for my ideas.

Again, thank you for making this book. I am just one of the many people whose life you have helped change and organize. I do hope there will be more of this kind of book in the future; and may you continue to help others reach their goals, inspiration after inspiration, one day at a time.

Keep up the positive work and God bless.

Khaye Cervetillo

The dreambook was able to help me become more aware of what I want in life! It also became a motivation for me to keep on pursuing the goals that I have!

What makes the dreambook unique compared to other journals/planners would be the monthly milestone milestones checkpoint at the end of each month. Also the directions and pointers. Also the inner compass part. 😊

…it was able to help me by doing more things to help me continue working on my goals while for the pointers, they made me realize that I want to do more with my life.

 

Zoe Francisco

bo sanchez

I think this is one great tool that you can use so that you can fulfill your dreams. It will give you a structure, an atmosphere, an environment whereby you can fulfill the dreams that God has placed in your lives.

Bo Sanchez – Best-selling author, entrepreneur, and preacher

It made me exited because as I was listing my dreams, the feeling of thinking about it becomes alive. I feel like a kid dreaming again. And you know when kids dream, they believe things would happen as they want it to be…

After I have written my dreams again, I would review and reread them from time to time. Somehow, I could feel the positivity on these notes that I have written. It’s like my more mature self telling the fearful me that I can get out of the box and stop listen to bashers or the tall takes that discourage.

Rhema Penaflor – Writer, Former News Reporter

Thank you to the team of this Dreambook! This is the best “goal-setting book” I got because it is more detailed and organized. Thank you for sharing your amazing ideas/talents. You make this goal setting, planning, & realization easier for everybody!

Muriel Vergel-Just

The Dreambook is not for people who simply dream, it is for people who are passionate about making their dreams come true. It asks you questions that make your “dream-path” clearer inside your head. Pursuing your dreams is a journey, and the Dreambook is a journal – a daily companion that allows you to lay your plans (maps, vision boards, goal setting) and check how far you have gone in fulfilling your goals (monthly milestones checkpoint). It is a journal that talks to you, through questions and spaces specially designed for you to fill up, as you become closer and closer to making your dreams come true.

Dreams are products of three important things: FAITH, HOPE and LOVE. Faith – for it takes a belief in someone beyond you, to be able to reach towards something that is larger than life. And because the fulfillment of dreams is largely a miracle, faith allows you to hold dear the belief that the impossible can be possible – simply because God loves you and is powerful, generous and kind. It also takes hope, a belief in a positive outcome, in order to dream. We can run out of money, but we should never run out of hope. Hope allows us to pick ourselves up when we fall. Hope sustains us in adversity. And lastly, love. Love – whether it is a deep respect for yourself, your God-given gifts, and your value as a person or a desire to make a positive change in the lives of the people close to your heart – is the very fuel that drives you to pursue your dreams.
The Dreambook allows you to see just how much faith, hope and love you’ve got in the groundwork of your dreams. It is also interesting to note that the reason why the Dreambook is a diary is because it should serve as a daily reminder of the amount of time we’ve got in a day. It tells us that, though we can have infinite dreams, faith, hope and love, we can only have so much time. Hence, my hope for you is that you fill each day with purpose, for that is the way you can value the life (and the time) you have been given.

Happy dreaming!

Bev Badilla – EIC, In His Steps Daily Prayer and Scripture Guide