In the last 5 years alone I have literally spent over 100K
on my own education.
It’s one of the things I really love about what I do – I love
learning both for myself and for the people that I help
in my conversion mastery program.
In almost every training or course I have completed
over the last 5 years or so, there has without fail, been
a section in the training where you are encouraged to
create your vision for your life and your business.
And each time I have dutifully completed the vision
section of the program and then gotten to the end of
what I have written and thought
You see, me writing my vision like that really wasn’t
lighting me up much…
and I couldn’t really work out why?
Until recently, where I literally stumbled upon an
excise that really is life changing.
I hope you find is as valuable as I have
The normal process for creating your vision is…
write your perfect day in the first person (as in “I
wake up in a 5 bedroom luxurious home on the beach”)
It needs to be how you would spend a day if you
had to repeat the same day over and over again.
You need to identify feelings – how you feel what
you are talking about in as much detail as possible.
Pretty straight forward right?
Yeah sure but it just wasn’t doing it for me – I felt
like I was writing the things I “should” want rather
than the things I really want.
There was a disconnect
Until by chance a friend of mine James Klobassa
sent me his book to review.
I was a bit slow to read it but within a couple of
weeks I had made a start.
So there it was again the “vision exercise”
but this time there was a new part.
The process before you write your vision –
you see, your perfect day was about connecting to the most
enjoyable, memorable experiences and the
dreams you had when you were a kid.
The things you loved doing, the things
that really lit you up, the feelings, sensations and
places you loved going to the most.
So I did that bit then I wrote my vision…
WOW what a massive difference it made –
my vision literally just fell out of me, it was
no longer forced or contrived or feel like a
whole lot of forced “shoulds”
And since then, in fact, almost immediately,
things that I wrote have started happening.
So the steps are…
Connect with your most enjoyable experiences
you had as a kid – just write the pictures that
come in to your head, the feelings, what ever
is there in that place inside of you that is
still a kid – GO THERE to start with…
Once you have written a page or so of those,
then move into creating your vision again…
Write your perfect day in the first person
(as in “I wake up in a 5 bedroom luxurious
home on the beach”)
It needs to be how you would spend a
day if you had to repeat the same day
over and over again
You need to identify feelings – how you
feel what you are talking about in as
much detail as possible.
But write it THROUGH THE LENSE of
your kid vision – THIS is what made the
biggest difference for me.
I realise now that not having a compelling
vision of the future was like trying to fly a
plane around with no fuel and no idea
where you are going.
Since then things have really taken off for me…literally
I have been inundated with enquiry for
my programs and the vision I wrote
about by simply adding this step has
started to actually happen.
I encourage you to have a crack using the
above steps – I’d love to hear from you to
see how it works for you