Define Your Dream Vision

Last week, I wrote about the importance of reviewing your successes over the past several decades.

Did you take time to review all that you’ve achieved over the past one or two or three decades?

Did you notice any trends?

Were you amazed at how much you’ve achieved?

If you haven’t taken the time to review your successes, I invite you to take a few minutes now and do this.

Now that you’ve looked at all you’ve done over the past few decades, what is that you want to achieve in the future?

What’s your big dream?

What’s your ‘big hairy audacious goal”?

What’s your destiny driven goal?

What’s your burning desire?

The best formula for a big dream or vision is something that will fill you with joy and energy.

It’ll also be just outside of your comfort zone and slightly uncomfortable.

It will be something that will be good for you, your family, your business, your community and the planet.

Here are some simple steps you can take today to define your dream vision:

  • When you’re creating your dream vision you want to be as specific as you can. It’s not enough to say that you want more clients or more money or better health. Be specific.

  • Make sure that you put a date as to when you want it to happen. Otherwise, you’ll keep putting off taking action towards your vision.

  • Include exactly what you’ll be doing to bring about your dream vision. It’s the specific actions you take every day that will create your results. I’ll address this further in next week’s Success & Clarity blog.

  • Write it out daily. Write out your dream vision every single day. This way, you’ll always be working towards what you want to accomplish.

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