“If you can dream it, you can do it.” Walt Disney definitely had a point--in fact, it’s how most of the big names you see in any industry got to where they are.
This also includes Olympian Michael Phelps, who visualizes and plans for good and bad outcomes for each of his races. “One of the things that has been good for me I think, besides training, has been my sort of mental preparation.” Instead of worrying about what could happen, Phelps has already seen all possible circumstances and has programmed his body and mind to respond. That way, he can stay present and focused when he enters the water.
“Your brain wants to solve your problems,” says best-selling author Jack Canfield who used the power of visualization to go from making $8,000 a year to $100,000 a year. “When you are ‘stuck’ it simply means that your mind isn’t open to the solutions,” Canfield continues. “Visualization releases this resistance and allows the brain to do its job and make you happy.” Start visualizing your business' future and see how much it can grow.