Updated: Jun 26
Let’s play a little game today.
Grab a piece of paper or your computer. At the top of the page, write “My perfect day…”.
Now describe your perfect day. Divide your day into about four parts: early morning, late morning, afternoon, evening (or however you would divide your day).
Try not to overthink it. Don’t be realistic, be idealistic.
Once you have written it down, share your perfect day (if you are doing this exercise with someone). If you are doing it alone, read it out loud to yourself and reflect on it.
After sharing (or reflecting on) what you wrote, write down what you have learned about yourself while listening (to the other person or yourself). If you have a question after reflecting, answer it. Don't settle for the surface answer either - play the why game and dig deeper. Be curious! You’ll be amazed at what you learn about yourself if you don't waste good questions.
Now write down short answers for the following questions:
What is stopping me from having that perfect day?
What can I do about it?
What is something I can do by the end of today that will move me just a little bit closer to having that perfect day?
Allocate a specific time today to take the action you described in the question above.
Are you struggling to imagine your perfect day or find answers to the questions above? Join the Clarity Quest, my couples program or my next workshop!