Imagine Step

Imagine the Best Version of Yourself – M.I.N.D.S.E.T. Approach©

Just imagine this…

A few years from now…

You will live in the calm and beautiful place you have been dreaming of…

You will be working on that project or business you can’t stop thinking about…

You will finally meet that person you have been waiting for years to settle with for the rest of your life…

You will go on that luxury trip around the world with your family…

You will slowly but surely transform all your dreams into reality…


Very exciting, isn’t it?


You will soon find your place in the sun.

You will fall in love with yourself more and more…

You will be the best version of yourself…

Keep imagining…

Keep going…

Keep doing the things you need to do to achieve your dreams.


“Imagination creates reality”
– Richard Wagner


What is imagination?


According to Meriam Dictionary:

Imagination is the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived in reality.

According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:

To imagine is to represent without aiming at things as they, presently, and subjectively are. One can use imagination to represent possibilities other than the actual, to represent times other than the present, and to represent perspectives other than one’s own.


What is “Imagine” in M.I.N.D.S.E.T Approach©?


Imagine is the second core step of M.I.N.D.S.E.T. Approach©. It is the crucial linking step of the essence of this strategy.

When it comes to organising and productivity, once you have established your thoughts, it is time to imagine or visualise your dream outcome, be it physical or non-physical aspects of your life.

By shifting your mind, you can aim your focus on the direction you want to go which then helps you to transition from your current state to the best possible state you can achieve.

So, let your imagination come to play. With your mind, the possibilities are endless!

Your imagination will be your living compass to get to where you want to be and create the future you want to live in.

It is much like a grand dress rehearsal for what you want to manifest into reality.


How to imagine the best version of yourself?


Define your goals

To see the best version of yourself, you need to have a clear idea of what you want to achieve. Set specific goals that align with your values and work towards achieving them. This will give you a sense of purpose and direction in life.


Visualise your goals

Visualising your thoughts is the first step in materialising your goals and aspirations. It helps to remind you and keep you laser-focused amidst the chaos and busyness of your daily priorities. Some of the visualisations include writing your thoughts either physically or digitally or creating a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) vision board. These creative thinking and visual cues will assist you in achieving your goals and aspirations sooner than you imagine.


Work on yourself

Self-improvement is crucial to becoming the best version of yourself. Focus on developing the qualities you want to cultivate and work on eliminating negative habits or traits.


Surround yourself with positivity

The space and people you surround yourself with can influence your mindset and self-perception. Try to surround yourself with supportive and positive people coupled with clean and organised spaces that will encourage you to grow and improve.


Take care of yourself

Physical and mental health are vital to becoming the best version of yourself. Practice self-care by eating healthy, exercising regularly, and taking time for self-reflection and relaxation. And this may not be obvious but being kinder to yourself works like a magic too.


Celebrate your achievements

Acknowledge your accomplishments and celebrate your progress, no matter how small. Recognizing your successes motivates and inspires you to keep striving towards your goals.


Ann of Hometiculous

I am a busy mummy of 2 and a wifey to one. I am very careful when it comes to the needs of my family and home. I am particularly lazy to look for things and thoroughly crazy to do everything that’s why I am thankful for organizing. I am a certified meticulous when it comes to anything that involves effort, time, and money at home and beyond our home. In my spare time (if I am lucky), I engrossed myself reading, experimenting in the kitchen, exploring my tiny little garden, learning and saving from DIYs.

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