Can you even imagine that? Not having any limitations or consequences. Now for some context. I was looking for motivation and inspiration, and after reading my two favorites – Danielle LaPorte and Marie Forleo – looked for more, I’m greedy that way! I watched Tony Robbins, then saw a video of him and Frank Kern, a mellow, laid-back, surfer entrepreneur who really resonated with me. He talked about having done this PERFECT DAY exercize (the one I am sharing with you below), and years later finding that everything he had carefully written, he was now living!
The only guidelines offered were to keep it in the present tense, in the now. And to go into as much detail about your day as you want. The more you can see it and feel it, the better. He joked about needing to “remake” his friends so that they could have a conversation that wasn’t gossipy over their lunch together – but rather talked about ideas, goals, and helping the world. Luckily, my friends are already like that and I’m sure yours are too!
Have fun with this, and if you care to share a photo of your perfect day, I’d love to see it!
If there were no limitations or consequences, what would your perfect average day look like?
- Where would you live?
- What would your house look like?
- When would you wake up?
- What would you do in the morning?
- What would you have for breakfast?
- What would you spend the first half of the day doing?
- What would you have for lunch?
- Who would you eat with?
- What would your friends be like?
- What would you do for fulfillment?
- What life purpose would you strive towards?
- What would your business be?
- What time would you start work?
- What would you actually do at work?
- What are your clients like?
- What is your relationship like?
- What would you do for family time?
- What would you have for dinner?
- Where would you eat, who would you do it with? What would you talk about?
- What would you do at night? Who would you do it with? Where would you do it?
- What would your thoughts be as you went to sleep?