Years ago I listened to a training by John Milton Fog
Writing out my vision and reading it every day until it becomes reality.
As with many other success principles that I have read about or listened to through the years, my typical behavior working through these programs was to be consistently inconsistent and prideful, which actually did nothing to bring my vision into reality.
Now, who would have surmised that?
He implied that first I should have a firm idea of my goals and where I would like my life to be in x number of years.
This should include but not be limited to Relationships, spirituality, financially and any other areas of personal importance.
This vision should be written in present tense, as though it is already happening, I should use very emotionally detailed wording and try to actually bring about the feelings as I am reading it.
I should also find pictures to support my vision which will help to magnify the emotion, it could very well depend on the emotion generated in me as I read and feel my vision which will determine whether or not it becomes reality therefore it must be believable and not too farfetched.
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I will be revising my vision this week and I will share it with you either as I go or when it is complete.
There are many lessons that I have learned in this industry that I was introduced to back in 1981 when I was at a very low point in my life.
First I had to open my mind to the possibilities and become teachable, there was so much to learn. And there is so much more yet to learn.
Pat K. taught me the “jump through the window” method and it works very well. You will love it.