The Art of Dreaming Small

Live Your Bucket List Now and Make Every Day Count

by Mare Rosenbaum CPCC


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/16/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781982215361
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Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781982215385
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Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781982215378

About the Book

"Extraordinary is the only word that comes to mind, and only possible because we named our intention... but the key I think was starting small. One thing I’m learning through coaching is that hearts have no borders. The things that people live and die for are not only the same anywhere, but they’re small, everyday things."

The Art of Dreaming Small follows the true journey of co-active coach Mare Rosenbaum and two of her clients as she calls magic into their lives—and her own—by finding a new way to make each day extraordinary. Mare’s life recipe mixes coaching and business innovation methods that result in purpose-driven and fulfilling bucket-list-worthy experiences. There is indeed some kind of magic here. Since creating a bucket list, Mare has experienced amazing things that can be attained through goal setting and hard work—but, as she says, there’s something serendipitous that happens when you follow this method. Other people have written about this phenomenon at length too, because when magic happens, it must be shared. Dream it, know it, and do it!


About the Author

Mare Rosenbaum is a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC, Coaches Training Institute) and in the process of international certification with the International Coaching Federation. She is also an associate at The Curci Group consultancy where she facilitates meetings and retreats, and supports leadership development for regional, national, and global clients. Mare is the founder and principal of Homeward Bound Relocation, LLC where she coaches global relocating executive families from Philadelphia’s Fortune 500 Companies and consults on relocation and talent acquisition programs in companies of all sizes. In the field of publishing, she is formerly editor of the historic True West Magazine and a former feature writer for Bucks County Town and Country Living. She has two children who are grown and pursuing their own careers, and lives in Philadelphia with her partner Jan.