How many of you have ever asked this questions ” Where Will You Be Five Years From Today“?. Great question isn’t it. Not only is it a great questions to ask yourself, but a wonderful questions to start to go to work on and explore the possibilities.
During my interview with Dan Zadra we discuss the importance of defining your personal values, and how this can be an amazing guide to helping someone ground themselves and get really clear as to what is matters most to them. I know that years ago I did this exercise, and I was amazed as how much power is in this little exercise.
In the (5) book you are given lots of wonderful quotes, stories and mini-exercises. The layout is exceptional, as a matter of fact in all the personal growth and mastery books I have ever read, I have never found any as engaging, thought provoking and as easy to warm up to as the one that Dan created in “Where Will You Be Five Years From Today?”. The whole series of Dan’s books of which we are doing podcast for, all have a similar layout and intuitive design–easy, fun and engaging just the way you want a book to be.
An important aspect of defining where you will be five (5) years from today is you ability to get in touch with you imagination. Dan and I discuss the importance of imagination and creativity and how to get back in touch with this aspect of ourselves that often gets supplanted the older we grow. It is so important to tap into our dream gene and take risks again-live, love, laugh and enjoy and dream the possible.
Thinking big seems to fly over the heads of many of us. I know almost everyone has read the quote ” the greatest danger for most of us is not that are aim is to high and miss, but that it is to low and reach it.”. This quote says it all, aim high really high–who knows what synchronicity just might occur that will allow you to achieve your goal.
We need to break our routines and do something new for the first time. All of us get to comfortable and are not willing to break out of the mold. It is time, we are in the dawning of a new age and abundance in all forms is all around us. As the Nike ad states “Just Do It“.
I hope you enjoy this interview with an author that not only writes about possibilities, but he lives them. If you want more information about “Where Will You Be Five Years From Today” you can