Visualization is a technique that many successful people use proactively – and most people use subconsciously all the time. Think about it, when was the last time you wanted something really badly? Did you think about what it would be like to have it? If you did, you’ve already used visualization. What about the flip side, did you ever think about not getting something you want? I bet you didn’t like that feeling. In fact, I bet if you concentrated deeply on what it would feel like to fail, that you would be even more motivated to succeed. Pain is a great motivator!
Right now, you can use visualization proactively to help you achieve your fitness goals. There is certainly a way to standardize visualization and have it work for you again and again – as many top athletes and business owners have proven. Here’s a summary of how it works…
How to Achieve Goals with Visualization (Part 2 of 3)
*You can read Jonathan Altfeld’s article, which walks you step by step through a powerful visualization exercise, by clicking here.
I use visualization all the time to make sure I stay on track, not only with my health and fitness goals, but with other goals (like financial, relational, spiritual, etc.). For me, it’s simply a way of identifying with what I truly want to achieve. If I cannot visualize success, then I don’t want it badly enough.
Visualization is only one small part of the equation for how to achieve goals – but it is powerful, so powerful that Altfeld coined his exercise the Motivational Propulsion System.
Your Question of the Day: what do you visualize happening to your fitness levels?
To your health and success,