The power of visualisation
In life and work success begins with having a goal. And its visualisation that many people use to reach that goal. Sportsmen use it to raise their game; celebrities like Jim Carrey and Oprah Winfrey credit their constant visualisation techniques to get them to where they are today.
Jim Carrey by writing himself a cheque for $10 million dollars in the early 1990’s making it out for acting services rendered and dating it 1994. The exact amount he reaped that year for Dumb and Dumber
Oprah Winfrey used positive thinking to pull herself from poverty to being one of the wealthiest women in the world she says “Create the highest grandest vision possible for your life, because you become what you believe”
Richard Branson has confessed that one of his greatest strengths is fantasizing about the future, an activity that we can all learn to do. Branson himself is proof that visualization (and some action) truly does manifest dreams.
In simple terms visualisation is about creating a vision of who you want to be and then living that picture as if it were already true.
Confucius once said “He who says he can and he who says he can’t are both usually right” Essentially it’s your choice, come and find out how to put power behind saying “I can” in this talk by visualisation fan Nicholas Chandarh.