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Blue Sky Thinking - A technique to imagine no limits :)

Blue Sky Thinking - A technique to imagine no limits :)

Charles Garfield made an interesting discovery in Peak Performers :)

He analysed people who had achieved only average results their entire lives, but had suddenly exploded into great success, and found that at their take off point, everyone of them engaged in Blue Sky Thinking.

Imagine looking up at a clear blue sky, with no limits. Project forward several years and imagine your life was perfect in every way.

What would have to have happened for you to create that perfect life?

Once you have the answer to this, come back to the present moment and cause :)

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