When you track your current path on the map you will notice that it has a trend. The exact way you can tell from a short section of rails the direction they are heading. If you tell the truth, where that path is heading is not where you want to go… So what is there to do to change your future?
Let’s use the map of the United States for the sake of the visuals among you.
If you want to build a railroad from where you are to let’s say Seattle, what are the important things you need to know?
- Where exactly are you?
- What is the terrain like between where you are and Seattle?
- What are the means that you can use to build your rail?
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Visualization is a tool to accomplish what you want, but it can also be the tool to diagnose what you are not resonating with.
The ultimate clue as to what you can have and hold onto, is to what degree you can visualize, what detail, what variety of images you can have in your “movie”.
This is what vision boards and vision movies use.
As with any other singular method, the results are a mixed bag: about 6% of the users see their vision materialize, some sees some result, most see no result.
Why is that? why is it that a Frank Kern, millionaire marketer, can envision in one afternoon a whole life, with a lot of detail, like the tiles of the bathroom, and a few years later get exactly that, while another person can’t imagine a coherent image, and can’t get results… Continue reading “How Visualization Can Help You Attain Results… and Why It Probably Won’t?”