You may remember a few days ago I posted a blog entitled “What is a Talent?” and this blog post related to the book Strengths Finder 2.0 by bestselling Author, Tom Rath. I shared with you on that blog post what my top five strengths are – number one being:
“Futuristic” – People who are especially talented in the Futuristic theme are inspired by the future and what could be. They inspire others with their visions of the future.
I am highly, highly visionary, so today, I want to play to this top strength of mine and share a very powerful visualisation exercise with you, adapted from the book Co-Active Coaching by Whitworth, Kimsey-House, Kimsey-House and Sandahl.
“You” Inspiring “You”
I want you to imagine that you are standing on a stage about to speak to an audience of about 1000 people and there is another “You” also in that audience.
“You”, as the speaker on the stage, have 30 seconds to say something to that audience that completely and totally inspires them.
After listening to the talk, the other “You”, in the audience, is filled with pure inspiration, passion, desire and excitement to positively change your life and make a real difference.
What did “You” on the stage, say in that 30 seconds that made such an empowering positive impact on “You” in the audience.
I want you to imagine and visualise how it feels right now, being so inspired to go out and achieve what you want to achieve, nothing is going to stop you, you are firing on all cylinders and feel so ultimately connected to your inner being. You are feeling the most empowered you have ever felt in your whole life. What did the other “You” on the stage, say to “You” in the audience that made such a powerful impact on “You”.
What did “You” say on that stage?
What did the other “You” in the audience hear?
Tell me, I would LOVE to know.
We are all inspired by different things because we are all very unique in each and every way, only “You” know what inspires “You”.
I wish you a day filled with truth, faith and inspiration to act upon your heart.
Much love to you today, Clarabelle