Visualize Then Execute!

Requirements
Those who derive happiness from having a burning desire to achieve a goal(s) and turn passions into reality.

Description
Not sure why The Rock, Oprah, Arnold Schwarzenegger and countless other successful people are obsessed with visualization? Well…

What if I mentioned to you that scientific studies have proven that imagining a behavior physically changes the brain AND body in the same way as if you actually did that behavior?

This means that if you have an injury that prevents you from working out, then you could literally imagine lifting a heavy weight, and you will get physically stronger?!!! Seriously. It’s a scientific fact! I’m sorry I just took away your excuse!

That also means that if you are worried about having an important conversation, you could imagine the way you would like to conduct yourself successfully during that conversation. Every visualization session is considered gaining experience by your brain and body. The more you visualize, the more experience you’re gaining in confronting the tough conversations. And experience means that you are getting better at that task.

If you can’t seem to wake up at 5 am to crush the day, you could visualize yourself successfully winning in that moment.

If you can’t focus on writing a book, you could imagine yourself sitting there, focusing, and resisting the urge to follow the distracting thoughts that crop into your mind.

If you can’t resist junk food, you could visualize a strong and disciplined version of yourself that finds it easy to resist unhealthy food.

….And I could go on and on but you get my point.

If you’re into growing yourself and progressing in every area of your life, then visualization is an important piece of the puzzle. This course is an arrow-pointed and efficient tutorial that will get you from where you are right now to be able to gain control of your mind and focus on what you want to achieve in your life.

If you’re in, I will see you on the inside!

Sarah

Who this course is for:
Ambitious
Driven
Achievers
Goal-getters
Those who like to keep growing and progressing in all areas of their lives
Those who want to overcome adversity in their lives so they can be there for the people they love

 

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