Tammy Helfrich

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Dreamers need encouragement

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What’s your dream?

Do you have one?

Are you pursuing it?

Are you struggling with the motivation or time to take steps forward?

Do you have someone who understands and encourages your dream?

 

I have been so fortunate. I have learned so much about the importance of dreaming and choosing to live a life outside of the ordinary. I have people around me who understand this. I have the opportunity to help some of them by encouraging or supporting their dream.

I’d love to do the same for you.

Let me know what your dream is. I would love to follow your journey and help encourage you. Why?

Because………

YOUR DREAM MATTERS!!

7 Comments

  1. I have a couple of dreams. 1st, I am working on finding an opportunity to make a living doing what I love- writing & forming relationships. It’s been 2 months and I’m still looking. i’ve had so many rejections in 2 months! 2nd- I want my writing to do God’s work. I am God’s servant and I must use my gifts for the service of love and goodness.

    • Hang in there, Kirsten! it takes a lot of work and a lot of rejections, but if you stick with it, God will take you down the right path!!

    • That’s awesome, Kirsten. I know the rejection can be difficult, but keep moving forward. I think the key is continuing to work towards doing what you love and also listening for God’s direction. He will use you when you are open and willing. You can do it. Keep me posted and drop me a line if you ever need someone to listen. Your dream matters, so don’t give up on it!

  2. Tammy, you have taught me that my dream matters…your encouragement has kept me going on days when I thought I wouldn’t make it. And after nearly 18 months of hustling, I was able to leave the corporate world and earn the trust of an amazing non-profit where I can serve part-time while I also dedicate more time to my dream. Thanks, my cherished friend!!!

    • Awww, that melts my heart. I am so excited for you and proud of how hard you’ve worked to get here. Leaving the corporate world had to be a scary thing, but I know you will do awesome. Can’t wait to see how God uses you in the months and years to come! Love you, friend!

  3. you have encouraged me much!

    I think one of the hardest things for a Dreamer to face is discouragement and rejection. We all need people like you cheering us on when our reality looks nothing like our dream. 😉

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