Welcome to my Vision Mastery Blog with actionable tips, insights, and mindset strategies for taking action on your goals and dreams
Up in the Wasatch mountains of Utah there is an Olympic Park where the Winter Olympic hopefuls train all summer and practice their aerial jumps. There are two huge alpine-type slide jumps that shoot the skiers high in the air as they twist and turn to practice their jumps. Then it drops them into a pool of aerated water, skis and all the gear!
I marveled at how much courage it took to attempt these aerial jumps over and over again. I thought how hard these athletes work for 4, 8, or even 12 years to accomplish their big dream...their BHAG.
A BHAG is a Big Hairy Audacious Goal. Something that you've thought about, or that keeps coming up in the back of your mind. Something that you think "would be nice" but you don't see any way that you could attain or accomplish it.
What is your BHAG...your Olympic size dream? I know that what you have accomplished so far is only a fraction of what's truly possible for...
For years, I made my vision board by looking through magazines and seeing pictures of things that I might want in the coming year, a bigger house, water ski boat, tropical vacations. I’d cut them out, paste them on my board and expect them to magically appear in my life, not giving any thought as to how I would actually achieve these things! I was like many people who found that their vision board didn’t work to “manifest” the many images they posted.
Over the years I’ve made a lot of vision boards. I’ve also researched and worked on my vision board each year and eventually learned how to make an empowering vision board that really works! One that I can manifest the goals and dreams I’ve posted on them. I also learned why so many others didn’t see their vision boards working for them.
Used correctly, vision boards can help you experience crazy velocity in the accomplishment of your goals. Used incorrectly, they can be a...
For each of us, the end of the year brings on thoughts of looking back at what our year was like and what we what we want to accomplish in the next year. We start thinking about goals like losing weight and making money. But do we also think about who we want to become?
When thinking about “who do I need to become” to grow and achieve my goals, here are some questions you can ask yourself in the coming week. Ponder these questions and journal your thoughts to refer back to later. As you sit and ponder, answers will come to you. This will help you discover more about who you are and who you can become.