A very interesting exercise from the awesome book The Man Who Wanted to Be Happy by Laurent Gounelle:

You will dream that you are in a world where everything is possible. Imagine there is no limit to what you are capable of achieving. Act as if you had every qualification in the world, all the qualities that exist, a perfect intelligence, highly developed interpersonal skills, a wonderful body — everything you want. Everything is possible. […] Imagine what your life looks like in this setting: what you do, your job, your leisure, how your life unfolds. Keep at the forefront of your mind that everything is possible. Then write it down and bring it to me.

What would your life, work, leisure be like? How would it differ from now?

I find the exercise really enlightening.

An interesting twist: Imagine your life as it is now - with only a few, non-drastical changes. What would those be?