Visualize the Results
Writing down goals that you have, increases the likelihood of attaining those goals. However, visualization is an important part of the process of success.
Visualization involves creating mental images of the things you want to happen. Walk yourself through various scenarios in your imagination as if rehearsing them. Visualization is not just about closing your eyes and seeing yourself, you want all your senses attached to the feeling of the experience. Practicing visualization will give your overall focus an extra positive boost toward your goals! Here are some tips to keep in mind when you try it out for yourself:
You more than likely have many goals you want to achieve. Be specific about what you want them to look like. Surrender to the situations that you can’t control, trust yourself and the world you are within. We attract more abundance when we are grateful for things we already have. Visualizing results that you want to achieve by fully appreciating what you already have in life, will help attract the resources you need to achieve those goals.
"Visualization conditions our mind to be in an emotional state where we only see possibilities and doors opening.”
What is the greatest quality of the visualization? Anyone can practice it.
We unconsciously indulge in it whenever we are daydreaming, imagining a result in advance, or worrying about the future. That said, visualization can take a bit of exercise, and the more you practice it, the more effective it will be. Follow the 4 tips below for the best possible results.
Put the 5 senses to work. The more immersive and realistic you make your visualization, the more effective it will be. If you envision a peaceful mountain hike, for example, seek to capture the little details – the weight of your backpack on your shoulders, the subtle smell of the earth, the distant song of birds – and not just the smallest details. more obvious.
Get used to it. Visualization becomes more effective with practice. Integrate visualization into your routine of morning and evening.
Involve the family. Visualization can be a great group exercise, especially when setting financial goals that affect the whole family. Brainstorming with the family to plan a vacation, for example, will make it easier to visualize feelings of excitement and joy later on.
Create a Vision Board: If you really have trouble visualizing, sometimes a vision board with images, photos, quotes can help you feel more intimately connected to your vision and your goals.
Whether you’re working to keep your family financially secure, looking at a transition in your career or achieving some entirely different goal – training for your first 5K or sticking to your exercise resolutions – visualization can help you find the emotional motivation you need to make your goals your reality.