Jim Fannin Show: Make Dreams Come True

Welcome to the Jim Fannin Show!  This episode is about how dreams come true.  It’s about mentally dress rehearsing each day before it happens.  By adding a simple, nightly routine to your life, you will now be able to chip away at your long-term, lofty goals, visions and dreams.

In this week’s show, we discuss:

  • How 19-year old professional tennis player Bianca Andreescu defeated the greatest of all-time (Serena Williams) to win the U.S. Open last weekend.
  • The 52-year old secret routine to having consecutive, positive Zone days.
  • Why you need to be careful about what you think at night.
  • How champions pledge with ironclad commitment to always have positive days.
  • What my grandfather taught me about dreams coming true and the hidden network where all dreams go to manifest or wither and die.
  • Lastly, we visit the Zone Café to ascertain the missing link for being in the Zone.

Tonight…add your new mental dress rehearsal routine.  Start manifesting your dreams!

Be in the Zone!®

If you have questions, comments, or something you want us to cover during our “Ask Jim” segment, you can email Jim directly and we’ll cover it on next week’s show!

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