Episode #78 – Success Takes Visualization

When I was a child, I used to get so frustrated.  The teacher would say “draw a house” and I’d try.  But the thing on the paper never matched the vision in my head.  I was so excited when graphic design programs were invented and I could finally get my visions on paper!  It was a game changer.  It was like I finally had a tool that helped me achieve success.

When you are goal setting and charting your path toward success, use visualization.  When you get a clear picture in your head of what your desired outcome is success can follow.   Be very specific with your visualization.  There is a phrase we all know from computers which is “GIGO” or garbage in/garbage out.  When you visualize, be specific because if you visualize vague you will achieve vague.

The next thing you need are the proper tools.  It’s not enough to have a vision of your success you need the specific plan to keep you on track.  I like using the SMART technique for goal achievement; Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Reward, and Time Bound.  Take a look at the article I wrote on BigFishIdeas.com for more info on the process.

One more hint, don’t just set long term goals.  Goal achievement takes practice.  Set and accomplish a goal each day.  When you get in the habit of the daily “win” your ability to achieve your long term goal becomes possible.

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Action Step
1- Come up with a goal – something you really want to achieve.
2- Visualize your success
3- Develop the plan and attack!  Always keeping that vision in your head.  Every day, visualize the success… it will happen.
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Listen to Episode #78 of the Two Minute Commute audio blog Podcast

 

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