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3 Ways to Embrace Your Vision and Create Remarkable Change in Your Life

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Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now? What does your vision tell you about your future? The truth is that we all have a purpose to serve and by embracing your vision, you can create significant change and face any challenges along the way.

I know it may sound funny, but I am fascinated by planes. It truly amazes me how aluminum tubes can fly over the Atlantic Ocean for a substantial amount of time. I know there is a rational explanation for it, but my point is that one day, a long time ago, someone’s unbreakable vision created this change for everyone in the world.

Have you ever felt that you are losing your vision, or its intensity isn’t so high? If yes, here are 3 ways how you can empower your vision and take your life to the next level:

1. Spice it up a bit

What do you see when you visualize your future? What excited you in the past and what else can you add on to make it more refreshing? Open your mind to new possibilities because there isn’t a ceiling above your head to stop you from growing. The only limits are the ones we created.

Every time you set a goal and accomplish it, you set another goal which allows you to move up on a ladder of life. It is an excellent way to size up your vision and reach much higher than you thought a few months ago. Goal setters are doing this naturally. It’s like driving at night. You don’t need to see too far ahead to get to your final destination.

“If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It’s lethal.” – Paulo Coelho

2. Play it in your mind over and over again

Your vision can take you places which were once beyond your imagination. By practicing visualization, you trick your subconscious mind for success and it also puts you in a resourceful state.

When you visualize your dream or a goal, feel it. Use all five senses to get the best picture of how it looks. Taste it, smell it, touch it. Do everything to make this experience as real as possible. Convince your subconscious mind that this is the only way of living and practice it until it becomes a reality.

 

3. Surround yourself with people who encourage your vision

There are hundreds of outsiders and people who never dream big. They come into your life to tell you why it won’t work out for you either. Put the stop sign on them and focus on expanding your potential. Be among people with a similar energy, individuals who are driven to succeed in life.

“Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.” – Oprah

There are hundreds of seminars, courses or conventions you can participate in and enjoy the company of like-minded people who share your vision and understand it. The problem is that people often can’t understand what you dream of, they may think you lost your mind. Well, who cares. Get obsessed with your visions and dreams. This is your life, and only you can bring the unique change and inspire others.

How do you expand your vision and what keeps you on track to reach your dreams? Share it with us and leave a comment below.

Silvia committed her life to many things but one of them is helping people in turning their pain into power and teach them how to find benefits in the most difficult events of their lives. She is a motivational speaker and founder of CourageWithinYou platform.  She has written well over 200 articles oriented on personal development, success, and healthy mental growth. You can connect with her on Facebook or on her personal website www.silviaturon.com.

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