Thursday, September 8, 2022


Peace and Prosperity,

For some us the idea of visualizing our way to success sounds corny and maybe a little weird. But it's really quite simple. All you need is some special quiet time and a will to imagine and focus. If you are interested in trying it out, here are a few tips.

1. Peace and Quiet

The first step to visualizing your way to success is to get some peace and quiet. Sound impossible? Try right before bed, or as soon as you wake in the morning. Maybe you can set your alarm earlier. You will need to have some time when you are not distracted or needed.

2. Determine Your Goals

Be specific,"more money" is too broad. Maybe it's $1000 a month, or being out of debt, or spending more time with your significant other or children. 

3. Imagination

Be specific and detailed here, too. Imagine exactly what it would be like to reach your goals. Imagine having that extra time with your children...what would you do? Where would you go? Picture a specific event or activity you'd like to do with them. 

If you want to be out of debt, imagine the freedom of having disposable cash. Try to feel, see, and smell what you would do with that money. Imagine opening a savings account; picture yourself walking into the bank and meeting with a representative. When you use your imagination, include the details.

4. See Yourself

As you imagine these specific scenarios, try to watch yourself as an observer would. See your personality and how you are acting. Picture yourself going to meetings, making sales, garnering clients, earning money enough to spend time with your children...whatever you like. Watch yourself do it, make it really vivid. Imagine the colors, sounds and sights.

5. Bring It Home

Imagine these things happening at a specific time and date, not just whenever. Picture it in a particular season and time. 

6. Give It Energy

As you visualize meeting your goals and succeeding in business, breathe energy into the picture. Make it truly real.

7. Accept the Vision

Sometimes, you can go through all of the above and still be thinking "it can't happen for me." That means this next step is especially important. Accept the vision as something you can definitely do. Embrace it and own it. 

Visualization is a lot about building confidence. It's also about tapping into the brain's tendency to heighten your awareness to opportunities that have to do with what you're focusing on. If it's on your mind, in other words, you may be more likely to see the opportunities that come your way.

Stay safe and "Build Something Great!"

Credits : Randy Brickhouse

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