Finding Your Vision

A strong personal and business vision is the foundation for the work that you are embarking on.

Losing sight of the big picture is so easy when we’re working day-to-day that we need a clear understanding of what we’re working towards. So, if you’re serious about making dramatic improvements to your business and your personal life, then this is the place to start.

Your vision statement doesn’t need to be written by an expensive copywriter, it just needs to be a few simple sentences that describe where you want your business to go. We’ll show you some examples and teach you how to get started.

First, your vision is not in money or dollar bills. Your vision is a feeling and a picture in your mind of how you want your life and business to be. For example, if you want to be on a warm sunny beach, fully relaxed watching the shore birds, listening to the waves crash, while drinking a cool beverage and not having a care in the world…this is your vision of your life as you want it.

To develop your vision; simply sit quietly and ask yourself, “What do I really, really, really, want?” Then wait for the answer. You may get pictures in your mind or hear a voice stating what you want. The pictures are your heart speaking and is the most true statement of what you want.

You may start feeling relaxed and seeing yourself doing exactly what you want to do such as spending time with you family, fishing, knitting, or riding your dream bike. The list goes on and on. What’s really important right now is to enjoy the vision and the feelings that go with it. Let yourself go into it deeper every time. The more you visit your vision the more real it will become for you and the more you will start to act in accordance with achieving it.

Writing your vision is easy once you have seen it. Simply write a few simple sentences such as the following: “I see myself on a warm sunny beach, reading my novel and watching the birds flying overhead. I’m totally relaxed and not a care in the world right now.”

You may want to include your family, (or not) hobby, activity, or whatever you wish. As you develop your vision you will be guided to fulfill it – automatically.

The next step is your purpose, more on that next time.

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Good Selling,

Jack

1 Comment

  1. Charlie Martin on May 21, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Thanks Jack.

    The “vision thing” has always been difficult for me.

    Although, I did have a quick vision of me sinking the 8-ball as you looked on in awe.

    Cheers……Charlie