Every year we honor what it means to labor, but for the past two years, a week before Labor Day in America, people from all over the world have celebrated what it means to dream and then get to work.
The International Day for Dreamers, invented by Ozioma Egwuonwu, CEO of BurnBright Lifeworks, Inc., and masters lecturer of Developing and Implementing Ideas at Columbia University, began as an idea, but has now grown into a powerful movement that has spread to over 30 countries.
This Labor Day, tune in to hear about the origins of this inspiring and motivating day, as well as learn about the variety of ways people around the world are using DreamDay to step courageosly into the life (and world) they've only dreamed of.
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