What if You Visualized Your Future?

For my client Carolyn, this was the most challenging step to becoming the person she always knew she could be.  

She never looked at what the future could look like.  She was stuck in a rut.  She did the same thing, day in and day out.  And never questioned it.  She never once thought that life could be different.

She wanted a different life.  Carolyn wanted friends.  She wanted to get out and do things that made her happy.  She wanted to look forward to her life.

When I asked her what the future looked like, she couldn’t say.  When I asked her what next week looked like, she couldn’t say.  Even the next day was tough for her to visualize.

Visualization is like a muscle.  When you don’t use it, it gets flabby.  

When you use it, it gets strong and you can visualize your future.  What I know is when you do this, when you visualize your future – be it a day or a week or a year from now – and you visualize yourself in a better place than you are now, you get more of that.  That’s the way it works.

It took some time for Carolyn to strengthen her visualization muscle, but once she did, things began to happen.  She found a group of friends.  She began traveling to watch her favorite baseball team – something she hadn’t done since she was a child.  Finally, she was invited to travel to Italy with a group.  She went!

Visualization is powerful.

What are you visualizing?

You can walk the same success as my client Carolyn.  Just click here to grab your copy of 5 Steps to Become the Person You Always Knew You Could Become.

Enjoy your journey.

❤️ Coach Wendy

P.S.  If you are looking for community and connection, I invite you to join my private FB group Life-On Purpose.  

This is a community of individuals who are seeking to live their lives authentically and purposefully AND happily.  Join us!

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