Austin, TX, April 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Dreaminder is a new website that enables people to write down their dreams and send them to themselves in the future. This free service aims to help people to find direction in life and remind them of their goals.
Dreaminder gives tips on how to formulate dreams and provides a Dream Wizard to give guidance to people who don't know what they want to do with their lives. After the users finish writing down their dreams, they can choose dates when they want to be reminded of their goals. On the dates users specify, they will receive their dreams in their inbox. At that point, they have the opportunity to compare the life they live with their dreams and see how far they've come.
The website includes features for organizations that are dedicated to developing people. Interested parties can sign up as affiliates and invite their members to write down their dreams. They can monitor which participants have completed their dreams, while keeping the content of the dreams hidden and confidential to the participants.
The purpose of this feature is to serve organizations who are dedicated to personal development. School counselors and teachers have also used the feature to give assignments to students.
"I've participated in many visualization exercises as part of leadership retreats", says Sarah Moore, co-founder of Dreaminder. "I found the exercises useful and I thought it could reach so many more people if it were paperless, free and on the internet."
The option to publish dreams anonymously allows visitors of the website to read other people's dreams and contact those with similar ideas. During the test period in the beginning of this year over 700 dreams were published on the website in various languages.
"The main idea behind Dreaminder is to offer a place for people where they can reflect on their life, think of their dreams and write them down," added Moore. "It is more important than ever to think of the direction for your life to avoid getting stuck in the rat race."
Dreaminder offers a free online service enabling people to write down their dreams and send them to themselves in the future. On the date users specify, they will receive their dream in their inbox. At that point, they have the opportunity to compare the life they live with their dreams and see how far they've come.
Sarah Moore, co-founder