Marcia Wieder, CEO and Founder of Dream University® is leading a Dream Movement.  With over twenty years of coaching, training and speaking experience, her inspiring message has touched audiences from 50-5000 at companies such as AT&T, Gap and American Express. Whether teaching at the Stanford Business School, speaking to executives in China, or addressing young women at Girl Scout Camps, her riveting style impacts audiences worldwide.

Appearing several times on Oprah and The Today show, and in her own PBS-TV special, Marcia has been able to share her message with millions of viewers.  She is a best-selling author and has written 14 books dedicated to achieving your dreams.

As past president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, she was often in the White House where she met and assisted three former U.S. presidents, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and George Bush Sr.  She was also able to further spread her passion for dreaming as a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, where she urged readers to take “The Great Dream Challenge.” 

Marcia believes there are the dreams we have for life and there are the dreams life has for us.  Everything we live through, our greatest successes and most painful losses mold us to be uniquely us, encouraging us to live on purpose and in integrity with our soul.  So, the question becomes, “What’s important to you and what are you willing to do about it?”

This year, she is committed to helping one million dreams come true.  Although many would say this is a time to be realistic, she believes it’s never been a more important time to dream.  Connected to our dreams, we are empowered and in control of our destiny.  A world that dreams has hope and in that state, miracles occur.

In leading a Dream Movement, her life’s work is about restoring dignity through clarity, courage and confidence.  She is thrilled and finds hope knowing that this dream work is currently taught in battered women’s shelters, prisons and corporations.

Marcia encourages you to believe in your dreams not because there are guarantees, promises or assurances, but rather because they matter to you.