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Success by Design: 3 Key Benefits of Transforming Your Vision for Your Life and Business into a Work of Art
In the last article, 3 Powerful Ways to Transform Your Life into a Work of Art, I walked you through how to bring your vision for your life and business to life with pictures and words.
But, it’s important to understand “why” you are designing your vision and how these actions can manifest in your life and business.
What is the big benefit of making a vision tangible and making your vision for your life and business a work of art?
Here are 3 keys benefits of transforming your vision into art:
1. Create Your Energetic shift.
Let me just call it energy management.
It’s an energetic thing. When you are feeling down or you are feeling discouraged I say hey, pull out your vision and read it and go there like you are already doing it and nine times out of ten there’s an energy shift right there in doing that. It’s like a fuel to continue to go; it’s your big why. It’s your reason for doing what you do and your vision encompasses a lot of that.
One of the reasons that I have clients create the vision is because when they read it they digest it they actually put themselves there and I have them write it in active terms.
So, it’s not I will make $100000 a year, it’s I make $100000. In other words, you are already doing it, you feel it. Even the Word talks about to call upon those things forth that be not as though they were. So, that tells me that there is power in your words.
You speak into those things even though you may not see them right now. It’s already done in the spiritual realm, we just have to call it forth in the natural realm and walk in it. That’s what faith brings forth. There’s power in making your vision tangible.
It gives you the power and the energy to move forward in what it is that you’re purposed to do.
2. It keeps you focused and reminded of where you are going or what it is that you are doing.
So, when you get into stuff that is not in line with your vision or there’s something that you don’t need to be doing, it’s time to course correct and get back on track. There are other things you want to put in place of course to make sure you are measuring and keeping on track. But, that’s kind of separate from what I’m talking about.
I’m talking about overall and in general here.
3. From your vision you can extract your goal.
If you have a vision that you are running a company and you have so many people working for you, then your goal for next year maybe to hire your first employee. You may not have anybody but you. Maybe your first goal would be to get that first person hired and get that support in your business.
That’s got to come from a place of knowing that, hey, “I want a business where I’ve got 10 employees working for me and we are doing this, we are accomplishing that.”
So, you kind of start with the end in mind. I forgot who quoted that, but I’ve heard that before from someone.
You start with the end in mind, you back it up and that’s where your goals go.
Personal Effectiveness Exercise:
What is your vision for your business and your life?
Write it out in as much detail as possible. Then find visuals and create a life book or vision board that you can post to remind you of where you are going.
Be sure to share your results with me of my Facebook Page.