(Day 5) Do you know the fastest way to expand your mind (And therefore change your life as you desire)?

(Transformative Action post 5 of 6)


I’ve wasted so much time in the past settling for a status quo that I did not want.
Then I hit mid-life.
I woke up one morning and it felt like:
Wow, when did this happen?
The temporariness of life was no longer some far off idea or theory like it is when you’re younger.
Did I really want to continue working at a job that paid the bills but provided no fulfillment, meaning or purpose? And did I:

  • Desire to stay in relationships that were less than ideal?
  • Never get to express my deeper creative, imaginative and spiritual impulses?
  • Want to continue slowly gaining weight and falling out of shape with each passing year?
  • Have any interest in losing out on potential opportunities that could come my way?


Then I learned about powerful ways to apply imagination and creativity to personal transformation.

And I gained the confidence, creative power and a new expansive perspective that allowed me to take some crucial life changing actions.
It wasn’t enough to just to know that imagination was key.
The next question became so what is the fastest way to incorporate more imagination into my life?
The answer is with imagination exercises.
And after a while I began creating my own.
Something I now call Imagisize.

What is Imagisize?

You are familiar with exercise.
Imagisize is similar, in the sense you are strengthening your power and energy through regular exercise.
But Imagisize affects every area of your life since it dissolves mental limits.


The next and final post in this Transformative Action series will flesh out in more detail Imagisize. You will even get to try out a couple exercises for yourself.

Transformative Action day 5 of 6:


For now, just think about ways in which you are exercising your imagination (or not) on a daily basis. Contemplate this question for one full day. Think about it. Chew on it. Etc.


Until the next post,


Creatively Yours,

8 Responses
  1. Hmm it looks like your website ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
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    1. Joe Ranieri

      I’m glad you found me! How did you find me the blog is fairly new?

      Thank you so much for the kind words I’m very happy that you are enjoying the blog! I write for people just like you who enjoy posts like this. While there is no set of rules that apply across the board and I don’t know the specifics of your situation….I can tell you some of the things that have helped me. You don’t have to follow these each time with each post. You can mix it up a bit.

      1. When you can (or feel like or it seems appropriate, etc.) try to open with a small, visual, in action story before you get into the “meat” of the post. This would be something entertaining that illustrates an everyday situation or scenario that people can relate to. It’s good if you have a hook that people can relate to before introducing a new skill, idea, concept, etc. to learn. This story will connect to what you are saying below it even if at first glance it may seem unrelated.
      2. Study blog articles you like and audit them. That is immerse yourself in it. Pick it apart. What has the author done? Is there a pattern? What is it that drew you into the article? How do you think they did that? You may even want to form a template from the article if you feel that is helpful.
      3. Create some posts in a SEO friendly format so you be found via a search and other posts don’t worry about SEO. I find that SEO articles for me can get cumbersome and stifle creativity. I write them first then edit for SEO. Sometimes I just let it rip and disregard SEO all together. So, it’s good to have a mix in my opinion.
      4. Now there are some general obvious things that may not need repeating but I’ll include them just in case:
      a.) Read-In general…. about writing…about writing blog posts etc.
      b.) There is never an arrival point. That is the journey includes constant and never ending learning and practice.

      There is more to all of this but that is a general overview from what has helped me so far so it may help you too.

    2. That is a bit profound! I take a view that inherently the human mind is always aware of whether an action is right or wrong. If it is perceived as wrong then it is probably sinful. Another check would be the effect it might have on others i.e. one’s &#12r0;neighbou2.․

      1. Joe Ranieri

        Thank you for your input. In general (always exceptions), I too think most people know whether an action is right or wrong. Unfortunately, they just choose to do it anyway when they know it is wrong.

    1. Joe Ranieri

      Thank you so much for your kind words! Nothing puts a smile on my face more than hearing from readers enjoying the blog. Feel free to reach out to me at anytime.


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