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Hello Big Dreamer
We are delighted to meet you!

Are you ready to ignite your child’s curiosity and guide them to a dream career?
Are you passionate about your child’s dreams and education?
Are you a busy parent who can benefit from extra tools to help your family?

You’ve come to the right place!

We are Hulda and Ignatius from Dream Big Projects

Here you will find inspiring career planning books, life skills and resources to help your child explore and discover the talents that make them unique and special in the world.

Join thousands of kids on a journey of self-discovery!

About Dream Big Projects

Dream Big Projects was born in 2012, and is the brainchild of two entrepreneurs, Hulda Libre and Ignatius Munengwa.

At Dream Big Projects we teach, inspire and motivate tomorrow’s leaders to dream big and make a difference … not just a living.

With The Dream Big Career Workbooks we provide 52 exciting careers jam-packed with fun facts, inspiring activities, jobs/career exploration worksheets, useful tips, life skills as well as tons of colourful  inspiration to help kids discover and pursue their dreams.

Our products are the result of collaborating globally with professional career planners, educators, life coaches, mindfulness teachers and artists – to help kids find their purpose in life.

Dream Big Diary Career Guicance book

“The wealth of career information, together with valuable esteem-building activities will not only expose kids to an exciting world of possibilities, but also will give them enough self-esteem to pursue their dreams.” – Liesl van D.

“The Dream Big Diary is an excellent tool for both parents and students to explore each student’s unique capabilities. If you are serious about your child’s future, you need to invest in a Dream Big Diary!” – Mary Chisango

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“As an ex-student adviser regarding possible careers, I have not come across a book with more information presented in a with-it, colourful, compact way. Parents and teachers will not find a more informative book on possible careers as a reference book for themselves.” – F. Rademeyer