Our today’s actions will become our tomorrow’s memories. We are responsible for our decisions and actions. We have the power to decide how to act. In his book The Speed of Trust, Stephen M.R. Covey shares with us how envisioning can help decision making when he said: “I had a dilemma. I decided to apply what my colleague Blaine Lee calls the 10-Year Rule. I asked myself, ten years from now, what will I be glad I did?”. Imagine that you are in the future, which memories would you like to remind? What matters the most in your life? What would you like having accomplished? Which actions would have made you proud? Returning from the future can be helpful to make better decisions.