A few weeks ago, I suggested you write a “Thank you” letter to someone from your past, Thank You Thursday – 8/25/16.
This week, I would like to encourage you to write a letter to someone from your future: a mentor, a spouse, a child, a boss, etc.
I know, you think I’ve gone batty. “How can I write a letter to someone I have not yet met?”, you ask. That is what makes this exercise so fun. You get to create a future success story for yourself and express gratitude for it. It is visualization on paper!
As I, and many others, have said before, expressing gratitude is the best way to manifest more things to be grateful for. If you want to succeed in reaching a goal the best and fastest way to do it is to be grateful for it, NOW! Not when it eventually manifests.
Think about one of your goals. Who do you need in your life to help you reach that goal?
- If you want to succeed in business, you need a mentor to help educate and guide you.
- If you want to be married, you need a spouse.
- If you want to be a parent, you need a child.
- If you want to lose weight, you need a personal trainer.
As you write your letter, remember there are NO LIMITS to who you can write to and what you can achieve. This letter is pure imagination and visualization. Be grand and bold! If you want Oprah to mentor you, thank Oprah! The point is to have fun and feel the joy and gratitude of the achievement.
Here is an example of a letter I wrote: