How To Visualize Your Goals

When people visualize anything, it makes it much more likely for them to make it a reality. They see the vision in their heads and then take steps to make it happen. It’s how Thomas Edison improved the light bulb, he didn’t invent it as many people believe.

Edison did have a vision and stopped at nothing to see it through. Steve Jobs was another visionary, one who pictured how his products could help improve peoples’ lives. Tesla would visualize his design before he even started working on it.

Visualizing your goals carries through on this same concept. You paint a picture of what you would like accomplished by a certain period. When you have that picture, you can determine what is necessary to implement it.

Once you break down the steps to accomplish your goals, you can use other visualization tools to help you manage those steps. You may start out with a project management plan (using specialized software), or you may simply choose to keep track of your tasks in a spreadsheet. If it for you, it is not wrong. Keep using whatever tool is working.

Visualize With A Vision Board

Many people also like to create a ‘vision board’. That is usually a cork-board where you place things which help you piece together a problem and help with possible solutions. You can also use your computer to paste together different photos and phrases and create a photo visualization.

As you come across other items for your vision board, you can choose where to put them and decide whether you to remove something already on the board.

Again, there are no rules here. If you understand your vision, it’s the right one for you.



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Using a mind map is helpful to people when trying to brainstorm. You can use dedicated software, or you can just use sheets of paper. The concept is to start in the middle of the mind-map with a principal idea or task.

Then, when you think of related items, you draw out from the central area a box or text with your new thoughts, etc. You continue this process out from the linking ideas and thoughts with lines. It helps you to see the whole plan from a bird’s eye view and makes brainstorming easier.

This concept doesn’t work for everyone. But, people who use them, swear by them.

You can incorporate all the concepts above, or use only a few. You must experiment to see which ones resonate with you. It’s an iterative process. However, the key is not to get caught up in the process itself.

Whatever you use to visualize your goals, you to make sure you track the progress, and keep working at it. And that is the key: keep working at it.

Otherwise, you are simply going through the motions, and no matter how much you visualize, you won’t accomplish much.

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