Visualise Your Way To Home Business Success

by : Ian Canaway



The power of visualisation is a skill which is often neglected by people who run their own home business.

Visualisation or guided imagery is a very powerful technique that can help increase both your efficiency and effectiveness in achieving your home business goals.

“You must see your goals clearly and specifically before you can set out for them. Hold them in your mind until they become second nature." --Les Brown--

All top class athletes utilise visualisation to mentally rehearse what they have to do and how they are going to achieve it. By doing this they train their minds and bodies to actually perform the skill as effectively and efficiently as possible.

For example, Justin Gatlin who is now the 2004 Olympic 100 m champion will have visualised every stage and every step of that 100 m final, hundreds if not thousands of times before he even stepped out on to the track for the final.

When you begin to use visualisation techniques, you want to mentally create a vivid scene in you mind of your wanted outcome. You want this scene to be as detailed and clear as possible, you need to be able to see, feel and smell your success.

Actually visualise your success, picture yourself living in a luxury mansion in the country, smell the fresh air and hear the sounds of your children playing in your pool. Visualise whatever you perceive your desired situation to be when you have achieved success in your home business.

Make visualisation a daily activity. By succeeding in your mind you will become more passionate about your home business and you will work harder, pushing yourself to do whatever is necessary to achieve success.

When using visualisation never ever consider failure or giving up as this will likely be the eventual outcome.

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. -- Aristotle –

Dream big and aspire to succeed at the highest levels, be patient and work hard, there is nothing except yourself stopping you from having a successful home business.

Copyright - Ian Canaway 2004

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