Never Give In

Regardless of what life throws your way, hear how to stay committed to what’s most important to you.

As CEO of Dream University, Marcia Wieder has spent over 30 years leading a Dream Movement. She also created and leads a modern day “mystery school”, The Meaning Institute, to help people live more meaningful lives. ● Marcia’s collaborated with 3 U.S. presidents, was a repeat guest on Oprah, had her own PBS television special and taught at Stanford’s Business School. She is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council and an advisory board member for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Unstoppable Foundation where she financed and helped build 15 schools in Kenya.

She is the renowned author of 15 books including; Dream: Clarify & Create What You Want, Making Your Dreams Come True, Life is But a Dream, Dreams are Whispers From the Soul and Doing Less & Having More. She writes for Huffington Post and was a syndicated columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. ● Marcia now resides in Rome living her own dream and enjoying life. She works with individuals and companies to create a new vision for themselves and the world. To reach her for a speaking engagement, private strategy day or a dream trip, visit


Please leave me a comment below. I promise to read every one of them! ~Marcia

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  1. Diane M Dittus January 17, 2012 at 2:19 pm - Reply

    Thank you for the inspiring words, and sharing your struggle to give more and receive more and keep aspiring to make things better.

  2. Emra Smith January 18, 2012 at 9:27 am - Reply

    ‘Start dreaming for the world” – sweetest words ever! As a little girl growing up in South Africa I envisioned being a movie star who made a difference in the whole world. As a teen and young adult this translated into everything I did. Teaching and speaking in church to my peers and later to women and teen girls, I always saw the next bigger, bolder step.

    It didn’t take long for those around me to shoo me down. “Live here within your circle, can’t this be enough. Why go here and there, stop being so dissatisfied ..”. I got to question myself and tried to stop this yearning in my heart. Slowly part of me got buried, with sad consequences.

    I healed, expanded as a person and chose to find my purpose and live it! What a journey! One of courage, strength and happiness!

    Having relocated to the USA, getting divorced and wondering where I belong with this that I am – These words, ‘Start dreaming for the world” – I have found my home and my place.

    Thank you Marcia and Kathy.

  3. Diana Kessler February 17, 2012 at 7:06 am - Reply

    I would like to hear more from Cathy to hopefully help me get past the torment that comes with grieving for a lost child. I was once sooo positive and since much sons death , I struggling with many issues. Maybe she can email me?
    Have an inspiring day! Thank you

  4. rubyh47 March 15, 2012 at 4:43 pm - Reply

    I just would like to say that I admire her courage and determation to carry on it has a lot to do with your faith and commitment to God. I don’t know how it feel to lose a child but, if that child was living there dream then there life was fullfield.

  5. loreleisweetie March 22, 2012 at 6:29 am - Reply

    Very Positive and inspirational Thank You

  6. Terfa Kene April 17, 2012 at 4:56 pm - Reply

    Dreamers change the world and that person can be you. Just keep dreaming……..

  7. chery April 26, 2012 at 5:14 am - Reply

    Finding my right soulmate

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