Visualize a Great Business

1. You have to see the writing on the wall. It is a must for entrepreneurs to learn visualize if he/she is too achieve any kind of success. Goals must be seen in the mind's eye in order to stimulate progression. A person will not chase something he/she can't grasp or visualize. Most people don't believe in ghost and a goal without vision is just that. Goals without vision are only dreams, fantasies and illusions they're no more than wishful thinking.

2. The belief system must have something to grasp and hold on to. It must see the goal in all its entirety and believe it can be accomplished. Visualization validates the possibility and turns it into a reality. If you can't see it, you can't do it. It's as simple as that. That's why so many people fail, their chasing an illusion that has not become a reality in their mind. In order for the entrepreneur to do his/her best he/she must be able to look ahead and visualize the outcome. He/she must be able to project the outcome of their actions beforehand and act accordingly. To realize this, the entrepreneur must remember one all important thing and that is: the first business of any business, any organization, church, club, family, or individual is to not only survive, but to increase financially, mentally, spiritually, socially, and physically. Their goal must incorporate all the elements needed to bring it into focus and visualize it in the mind as completed. What a person can see, he/she can achieve it.

3. Visualization also brings personalization to the goal or project. A person feels connected when he/she has painted a picture in the mind and is striving toward it. It's like seeing the light at the end of a tunnel. If you couldn't see the end, in only a short time you will give up. You will lose hope in the belief that the end is somewhere ahead. Without a clear picture of your goal, it is only a matter of time when the goal turns into desperation. Entrepreneurs build a picture in their mind of their idea, turning it into an achievable reality. Their picture becomes a touchable thing that can be experienced. In their experience, they feel it, smell it, touch it and most of all, own it. It becomes theirs, as they embrace the reality of the visual influence.

4. Managers are the same in their responsibilities. They must also be able to visualize the outcome of a project before it begins. A good manager can convey or paint a picture to his/her team to motivate them into action. The team will only be motivated to the extent of the manager's ability to pictures their goal. If they can see the logic and realize the value in their project, then they will accomplish it.
The need for visualization applies to any profession or accomplishment. Goals need to be pictured as something real or they have no meaning to the mind. In today's world the saying is, “put your head around it”, which simply means, visualize it.

5. Because people are influenced by past events, the mind plays a huge part in future accomplishments. People look at anything they have no experience with as unobtainable. In order to break that notion they have to put up the argument of possibility in their mind. If they can see the possibility of success, they can move toward it. If they can't picture success, they will abandon the idea altogether. In sports, a football quarterback must bring a visualization of the play into the huddle in order for his teammates to be motivated into doing it. If they can see success they will fight to achieve it. The same goes for the man courting a woman. He sees her as his mate in a family setting, beside him for a lifetime. He can see the children, family outings and love she shares with him. He has a picture of peace and contentment in their marriage and he is motivated to see it through. It isn't the relationship, or possibilities, it's the picture he has in his head that drives him to make her his mate.

6. Visualization is not just a snap shot, but it is activating all the senses to form a complete experience of the coming event. You can feel it, smell it, taste it, see it and most of all bring it into an experience. Have you ever gone shopping for a new car? Oh the smell of that new interior, the feel of the new seats, the vibrations from the sound system, the sight of the shinny paint and chrome build a desire in the mind to own it. You can see yourself driving in the country or going to a friend’s house to show it off. How about when you and your soul mate went looking for your first house. She loved the kitchen and the two of you talked about what you would change to make it yours. You could see the children running from room to room as you sat in the easy chair reading the evening paper. Smells drifting from the kitchen of that special dish you love. The wife is singing to herself and a peace falls over you that you embrace as real. It can't ever be real until you see it as real.

7. Visualization turns goals into reality in the mind. See the world as a place of possibilities where you can see the future and have faith it can come true. At work, share your vision with coworkers. At home build shared visions of life and how you and your mate will spend it. Success comes to those who can and do visualize it.

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