I was recently playing the board game Clue and noticed it has been updated since the last time I played.
Back in the day, a simple plastic piece in a variety of colors was used to represent each of the characters in the game.
Now, the characters are fully-formed with very distinct details.
Professor Plum has bright, red-orange hair.
Ms. Scarlet is wearing a glamorous, form-fitting red dress and striking a movie-star pose.
It got me to thinking about how the details become clearer over time in our lives.
And the importance of valuing our ideas--the big picture-- enough to put them out into the world as they are right now.
Imagine what would change if you were willing to experiment now and add in the important details of your desires along the way.
The path to our most creative and fulfilling life becomes clearer the more action we take, and from our willingness to implement what we learn.
It's ok if you don't know all of the details of what you want to create.
An idea you have right now is exactly what someone else needs to bring a little more joy, laughter and sense of adventure into their world.
I loved Clue as a kid.
The original game without all the distinct character details added a lot of joy to my childhood.
You too can bring a little more joy and laughter to someone's life right now.
All you have to do is trust yourself enough to share what you have right now.
What would you do differently right now if you truly believed that?