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Global Dream Day inspires every one of us to dream

by Rahul Chauhan
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BUCKiTDREAM inspired everyone to dream and organized the first dream event & # 39; Global Dream Day & # 39; on May 11. By simply downloading BUCKiTDREAM from the Apple or Google app store, one can create and share dreams – and follow other dreamers with the hashtag #globaldreamday.

The newly created & # 39; Global DreamDay & # 39; is the brainchild of Tim Carroll, the founder and CEO of BUCKiTDREAM. “At a time when everyone in the world is affected by Covid-19, we need to be inspired, believe and motivated to move to the other side and focus on fulfilling our dreams,” said Carroll.

“& # 39; Global Dream Day & # 39; is all about motivating 100 million people around the world to dream big – with the intention of creating inspiring dreams on the BUCKiTDREAM app. Now you can start every day live with your dreams and create this bubble of pure ambition and life purpose to chase your dreams, “added Carroll. The BUCKiTDREAM app is the world’s first dream application launched by Sir Richard Branson and Ellen DeGeneres and has the ability to intelligently match listed dreams with curated bucket lists.

The app also allows one to share dreams with friends and family on social networking sites and connect with fellow users’ dreams. Legendary cricketer Matt Hayden, co-founder of BUCKiTDREAM, said dreams were key to his illustrious cricket career spanning more than two decades.

“Dreaming opens the gate of the mind and transforms the impossible into the possible; a true connection to the unknown and essential to the success of my life. I often dreamed of playing cricket for Australia, making my first two hundred the famous grounds of Madras Cricket Club and get my chance to play in the inaugural IPL Chennai Super Kings, “said Hayden.” Everyone of us can dream, and with the BUCKiTDREAM app we can all dream big. By dreaming we can be inspired to better achieve our goals. Dreams can be about education, getting a job, playing cricket for India or traveling the world. I think Global Dream Day can really inspire the youth of India to participate in a world event. We can all be linked by our dreams, “added the cricketer.

Many influential Indian opinion leaders, including actor Priyanka Chopra Jonas, have proven to be inspired by their dreams. Jonas once shared words of wisdom that her late father Ashok Chopra told her.

& # 39; Try not to squeeze a glass slipper. Instead, break the glass ceiling … Something my dad used to say to me. We can do so much. Dream big, & # 39; said the actor. Indra Nooyi, the former PepsiCo CEO, ranked among the 100 most powerful women in the world, said, & # 39; I grew up with a mom who said & # 39; I will arrange a wedding for you at the age of 18, but she also said we could achieve anything we turn on our minds to encourage us to dream. “

Musician AR Rahman, the first Indian music composer to win the Oscar prize, had also spoken about the dreams. & # 39; I never put pressure on my kids: I encourage them to pursue their dreams & # 39 ;, he said.

Carroll noted that there are already millions of dreams on the BUCKiTDREAM app. The company expects 70 million people from India to travel the world by 2035 with the top 10 international destinations, including – Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Maldives, Australia, Switzerland, Mauritius, Thailand, France, the UK and the US. (ANI)

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