Ready or not, get set to jump in!
Because once you’ve clarified your vision of what you want to achieve, you will be full steam ahead on your journey towards achieving it.
A vision becomes a “guiding light” for your process of self-improvement, both a beacon of inspiration and an anchor that keeps you focused and grounded.
And when you face the inevitable obstacles and challenges along the way, having a strong sense of what you’re working towards will motivate you to carry on.
A clear vision will also help you to address distractions that can threaten your progress and overwhelm you on a daily basis. When you’ve become clear about what is important, you’ll be less tempted by what is not, so you can focus your time and energy where it belongs.
What’s Fear Got To Do With It?
Vision work means venturing into new territory, and it can be scary to start something new without knowing how it’s going to turn out. Trust the process and try to find the excitement that’s mixed in with that fear.
If you’ve never considered the possibility of calling forth your own vision, you may be afraid of getting exactly what you ask for. Many of us are just as afraid of success as we are of failure.
Now’s the time to get fearless and do a reality check. Are you hanging on to any old beliefs that tell you don’t deserve to have what you really want? You deserve everything and anything you want, but you must first be willing to let go of old beliefs or values that no longer serve you.
Clarify Your Vision
Begin by creating one simple affirmation about your vision that you can repeat to yourself whenever you feel like you’re straying from your course.
Speak your affirmation in the present tense, such as â€œI love living in my large home in the hillsâ€, or â€œIt is so wonderful to finally be working at my dream job.â€
This simple step alone will renew your faith in your vision and keep it alive and strong, giving you the momentum to keep moving towards it!