#2 Daily Dream Work

The DRMN BG™ Challenge emphasizes the importance of daily action towards your dream. By dedicating at least 60 focused minutes every day to activities that directly contribute to your dream's progress, you will create momentum and accelerate your journey towards success. This document provides guidelines and ideas for your daily dream action.

Daily Dream Work

Dedicate a minimum of 60 focused minutes every day to actively work on your dream:

  • Set aside a specific time of day when you can concentrate on tasks related to your dream without distractions.
  • Create a daily routine that includes your dedicated dream action time to ensure consistency and commitment.

Allocate this time to learning new skills, content creation, networking, strategizing, or any other activity that directly contributes to your dream's progress:

  • Learning new skills: Invest in self-improvement and skill development through online courses, workshops, or reading materials relevant to your dream.
  • Content creation: Work on creating content that showcases your skills, knowledge, or passion. This may include blog posts, videos, podcasts, or social media content.
  • Networking: Connect with like-minded individuals, mentors, or potential collaborators who can support your dream or offer valuable insights and resources.
  • Strategizing: Develop or refine your plans, set goals, and outline the steps required to achieve your dream.


Launching and Building a YouTube Channel

  • Week 1-2: Research successful YouTube channels similar to the one you wish to create. Note down their content strategies, video structures, audience interaction methods, and channel aesthetics.
  • Week 3-4: Based on your research, brainstorm and outline ideas for your first five videos. Make sure they align with the overall theme and purpose of your channel.
  • Week 5-6: Start shooting the first video. Dedicate this time to filming, editing, and fine-tuning the video content. Don't rush this process; ensure you're putting out quality content that you're proud of.
  • Week 7-8: Launch your YouTube channel and upload your first video. Engage with viewers by responding to comments and requests. Take notes on the feedback and reaction of your viewers.
  • Week 9-10: Use feedback to refine your content and upload the remaining videos. Implement a regular posting schedule. Focus on promoting your videos on various social media platforms to increase visibility and viewership.

    Content Creator

    • Week 1-2: Identify your target audience and the type of content they enjoy. This could involve conducting market research or studying popular content creators in your niche. Take note of their style, content topics, and interaction with their audience.
    • Week 3-4: Brainstorm content ideas that resonate with your target audience. This could involve creating a content calendar detailing what type of content to post and when.
    • Week 5-6: Start creating content. Use your time to create high-quality images, videos, or text posts. Make sure that your content is engaging and reflects your unique voice and personality.
    • Week 7-8: Post your content regularly. Engage with your audience by responding to comments and messages. Take note of which posts are receiving the most engagement and why.
    • Week 9-10: Analyze your performance. Use the insights and analytics provided by social media platforms to understand which types of content are performing best. Adjust your content strategy based on these insights.

      Entrepreneurship Goal

      • Week 1-2: Identify an area of interest or industry you're passionate about. Research existing businesses, identify gaps in the market, and brainstorm innovative solutions.
      • Week 3-4: Develop a business plan, outlining your business idea, target market, competitive analysis, marketing and sales strategies, financial projections, and an operational plan.
      • Week 5-6: Secure the necessary funds for your business, whether it's through personal savings, loans, or investors. Ensure you have a solid financial foundation to start your venture.
      • Week 7-8: Set up your business legally. This includes choosing a business structure, registering your business, and obtaining necessary licenses and permits.
      • Week 9-10: Begin building your brand. Design your logo and create a website. Start building an online presence through social media and content marketing.


        Launching and Building a Podcast

        • Week 1-2: Identify the theme or topic of your podcast. Research popular podcasts in similar niches, understand their approach, and find ways to make your podcast unique.
        • Week 3-4: Plan your podcast episodes. Write outlines for your first few episodes. Identify potential guests for your podcast and reach out to them for interviews.
        • Week 5-6: Learn about podcasting technology. Get familiar with recording, editing software, and podcast hosting platforms. Record a few practice episodes to get comfortable with the process.
        • Week 7-8: Record your first official podcast episodes. Ensure they are properly edited and ready for launch.
        • Week 9-10: Launch your podcast and start promoting it. This could involve creating a website or blog for your podcast, promoting it on social media, or reaching out to relevant influencers for exposure.


          By dedicating at least 60 focused minutes every day to your dream, you will create momentum and foster a consistent practice of working towards your goals.

          This daily action is crucial for your success in the DRMN BG™ Challenge and will ultimately bring you closer to realizing your dream.

          NEXT: #3 Exercise Guide