Get a Running Start on Creating A Powerful Vision By Year’s End

In Uncategorized on 2011/09/28 at 9:39 pm


It’s been a while since I have shared any vision exercises with you. Where has the time gone? Not to worry. As we  move into the final 90 days of the year, there’s still time to explore a dozen new ways to create a powerful vision before the crystal ball drops in Times Square. Get your running shoes and clear a little space on your calendar.

Let’s take it nice and easy and warm up with a vision and creativity exercise:

This week, make five dollar-bill sized pieces of paper. On each piece of paper, write the words Possibility, Hope and Inspiration. As you go about your week, pay cash for something 4 times. Each time you pay cash, hand one of your dollar-bill sized pieces of paper to the cashier.

This exercise  accomplish two things. First, you’ll create “flow”. You’ll have a ‘money’ experience in an increasingly ‘plastic’ world.  Secondly, you’ll expand and inspire someone’s thinking, if only for a moment. Watch them as they read your message. If they ask, “Do you want this back?”, tell them to keep it and to pass it on to someone the next time they pay with cash. You’ll be igniting someone’s vision with each of the 4 pieces of paper you share.

Here’s an important part of the exercise: Save the last Possibility, Hope and Inspiration paper for yourself, and keep it in your wallet for 30 days. As you likely know, 30 days creates a habit. In this case, you’ll establish a habit of possibility, hope and inspiration.

As always, I’d love to hear about your experiences and if you like what you read, pass the link to this blog post on to the people in your life.

Make it a great week.

~ Tess

Copyright 2011

Destiny Rising, LLC

  1. Timely as banks prepare to add fees to debit card use.

  2. I love the idea of triggering a positive response from people. Sounds like a great exercise. Can’t wait to try it!

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