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Your Dreams Matter✊🏽


Hello Dreamers,

Whew Chile! 2020 isn't letting up! Our nation is in immense turmoil because WE are tired. Underneath that fatigue comes a range of emotions that just seem like they don't matter. Exasperated pain, hurt, suffering, grief, and hopelessness. Black Lives Matter, period. We should be ending thoughts with that period and changing actions there. I don't find it necessary for us to continually teach and show the rest of the world why we matter or how to treat us. That is your job and your role to figure out and execute. In the wake of this painful virus called racism coupled with a worldwide health virus, I'm here to tell you in the words of the great Nip Hussle: "The game is gonna test you, never fold. Stay ten toes down. It's not on you, it's in you and what's in you, they cannot take away."


Your dreams matter. There is no better time than now to get started creating and curating the things you've been yearning to do. It's time to get those dreams out of your head and turn them into your reality. I've been busy because the game (this game) is testing me and my mental. I'm staying ten toes down and creating the products and tools we need. I'm buying black, I'm giving back and I'm ready for you to do the same.


Start your business, podcast, blog, YouTube channel. Create that bomb product, get it out there. Plan your next travel adventure or virtual event. Make a new friend, try a new lipstick, shoot your shot. Do whatever you've been waiting to do. We're already in the month of June. I challenge you to conquer these next 6 months. You deserve this win. They owe us this win. Your dreams matter. Let's execute and never fold.


If you're not sure how to get started and would love to talk all things dreams, I'm offering free Black Lives Matter Dream Collab chats this month as well. Sign up today!



Until next time,

Peace & Sweet Dreaming,

Kiylise Lowe, Chief Dream Engineer


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