You don’t have to be a ‘visionary’ to cast a vision for your future. I used to think that “having vision” or “being visionary” was a personality trait I didn’t possess. Then I realized that EVERYONE is visionary to a degree. It just depends on how much focused effort you put into it. You might say you don’t have time or energy to put focused effort into vision casting, but I believe one key differentiator between winners and losers is the ability to cast a vision for your future. I challenge you to think about a few simple questions to get started.
Where do you want to be (relationships, financially, health, etc.) in 1 month, 1 year, 5 years from now? Think about what you want life to look like for you. Take notes.
Then think carefully about this: Is what you are doing now going to get you there? If so, then keep up the good work! If not, then why not? A better question is: What do you need to do to get there?
This is serious stuff. We get one life to live and time is flying. Our culture would have us so busy, tired, and spinning out of control that it feels like we are just trying to hang on.
Truth is, we have more control over our life and choices than we think. It’s just a matter of slowing down enough to make conscious decisions about our day, our week, our life – so we can live this short life more on our terms.
I dare you to set aside some time in your calendar to write down the answers to these questions. I dare you to make a change to better yourself, to follow your dream, to do something that scares you. If you want to talk about it, I’d be honored to be your sounding board. #yourmove #idareyou #dreambig #followyourdreams #win