The Perfect Life Generator
What you might not know is that you can have everything you want, but you have been programmed since childhood to doubt yourself and the world around you. It is time to get specific. Goal-driven action is the answer to your dreams.
People often quote “ask and you shall receive?” But, when asked what they want they reply: more money, a better job, house, car, wife, husband, children. But, they don’t know specifics. How much money, exactly what job, how big is the kitchen counter and refrigerator in your dream house? Who do you want to be your wife or husband? Who exactly do you want to be?
Being specific is a major key to receiving your desires. You can just ask for money. You have to ask for an amount. You certainly can’t have someone else ask for you and you an’t ask for someone else. The universe is vast and wealthy and it has everything you want, need, and desire. But, it can not decide for you.
Answer these questions below for yourself and imagine what your perfect life would really look like.
1 – What is the greatest, most ideal version of you?
2 – How would you start your day if you had a perfect life? What time would you wake up? What type of bed would you have? Alarm clock? Curtains open or closed?
3 – Would you be married? Who to?
4 – If so, what type of wife/husband would you have?
5 – What would you eat for breakfast? Do you prepare it yourself?
6 – Where would you work? How many hours?
7 – Who would your co-workers be?
8 – Where would you spend your lunch break?
9 – Do you exercise during the day?
10 – Who would your boss or clients be?
11 – How much money would you make a year?
12 – How much money would be in your bank account?
13 – What would you do after work? Who are your friends? Do you have a place to meet? Is there a room or garage in your house where your friends visit? Maybe a workshop outside?
14 – What hobbies would you have?
15 – How many children would you have?
Can you think of other questions that would better create your perfect day? If so, ask and answer them yourself.
Now, describe in detail your entire day from the time you wake-up to the time you go back to sleep.