Dreams: A surprising time management skill for enjoying a remarkable life: Craig Webb at TEDxUMKC





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Published on Nov 27, 2012

"Dreams, lucid dreaming, and nightmares can significantly help individuals reap their full potential. In the spirit of time management key decisions being guided by our inner wisdom, it is possible to cultivate and harvest dreams and lucid dreams that guide daily priority choices in order to fulfill our greatest capabilities. The talk describes many little-known dreams have rocked the world, including ones that sparked major corporations, top songs/movies, important inventions, medical discoveries, and dreams that have even won Nobel prizes."

Craig Webb, Executive Director of the non-profit DREAMS Foundation (http://dreams.ca), is a McGill University graduate with pioneering lucid dream research at Stanford University, an international author/speaker, and also helped found "Making Contact" (a radio show airing weekly on 200+ stations for 20+ years). Over the past two decades, Craig has had the privilege to be an invited expert for major motion pictures, Fortune 500 corporations, numerous universities, top CEO's and celebrities, and well over a thousand international media.
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