“Let us not be content to wait and see what will happen, but give us the determination to make the right things happen.” ~ Peter Marshall

When you look back on your life one day, what do you want to have accomplished? Do you see the remainder of your life as limitless in its potential? Do you feel you have great, untapped promise?

Most people feel they are capable of a life far more enriching then the one they are currently living, and they don’t know how to get it. The truth is our success in life is in direct proportion to our clarity of purpose, and our level of passion, belief, and action. Studies have revealed time and time again that high performers in life all have a clear vision and goal of what they want.

Take high-performing athletes, such as Tiger Woods. They perform at these levels not only due to their talent, but also because they spend vast amounts of time setting goals to perform at their best. Then they visualize themselves making the perfect swing, sending the ball straight down the fairway, or throwing the ball perfectly into the receiver’s hands. Having a clear vision of what you want is the hallmark of every form of high achievement.

Many well-known authors and scholars have purported this fact – you will accomplish more in life if you create a visual picture of what you want.

Buddha once said “All that we are is the result of what we have thought.”

And the Bible says, “As he thinks in his heart, so is he.”

Having dreams and goals is directly related to our fulfillment and success in life, and they are useless if we do not follow through on them. So, what clear vision and course of action do you have for your future? Or are your dreams only vague ideas with no plan to accomplish them?

To achieve anything, you must know what you want. And to get clear on what you want, you must first create your own vision.

Visioning is the process of creating a clear, very detailed picture in your mind of what you want for all aspects of your life – health, finances, relationship, career and more. Visioning uses both mental and physical tools of your mind and body, such as the thoughts and actions to create and realize your goals.

With visioning, you tap into your imagination and create a future vision of what you want for your life. Then, once you have a vision, you plan out the steps necessary to reach it. This helps you to stay focused and eliminate the distractions that will hold you back or take you off course.

With your vision alive at the forefront of your mind, you will stay centered on the right road that will lead to your specific destination.

Let’s now look at the benefits of visioning. At first, the process and outcomes of visioning may seem vague and unessential, and the impact in your life and the long-term benefits are substantial. Here are just some of the benefits of visioning that you can enjoy:

Visioning helps you get beyond self-limiting thoughts. It gives you direction and purpose, and a greater sense of well being and joy. It promotes laser-like focus, action and resolve. And visioning encourages and builds confidence and gives you more energy and a positive mental attitude.
Remember, your future is built in your mind first, and only then does it start to materialize in your physical world, once you have a plan and you take actions steps to carry out your plan.

If creating a vision sounds like something that would give your life more clarity and direction, then signed up for the Free Tele-seminar on March 24th www.edgeofchange.com/visioning.  Even if you can not make it live you will receive the recording loaded with valuable information for you to put into action NOW!


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