Surprising people with gifts is a fun hobby.
Both giving and receiving.
When I was a kid we would have Easter egg hunts.
And my dad would make a “special” egg.
Whoever found it got $10.
Looking was as fun as finding.
But if you’ve even given secret presents to people, that’s just as fun.
Especially if you have a small gift (like jewelry) and hide it inside a big ugly box that’s wrapped up in newspaper or something.
There’s even “geocaching” where people hide stuff all over Earth.
And then others look for it based on the coordinates.
Then they find it, do something different to it (sign it or something) and then leave it for the next person.
The idea of “hidden treasure” is in a lot of places.
Stories, cultures, games, mythology, and on and on.
They say when we humans were first created, they put our greatest treasure in the one place we’d never look.
Deep within ourselves.
But with a few clever questions, you can help others find their treasure.
And not just the treasure, but that desire energy, the “treasure energy” that is underneath it.
And you can connect that “treasure energy” to anything.
Your product, your service, your ideas.
The only “rule” is that you have to be ultra covert.
In order to find their hidden treasure, you have to hide your intentions.
You have to let THEM think THEY were the ones that found their treasure.
Of course, that is the greatest gift you can give somebody.
The pleasure of finding their own treasure.