Creating Your Vision


How often do we sit down and take time out to think about how we’d like our business to look?

Sometimes, we may dream briefly whilst doing something else, but by taking the time to create your vision for the next year, 5 years or 10 years, and committing it to paper, you are so much more likely to work towards it and achieve it. So that’s exactly what this section is devoted to, supporting you to take the time and space to create your vision.

What is creating a vision all about?

A vision is a mental description of how you would like things to be, which brings clarity, and focus together, to make sure you are investing your time and effort into the things that are most important in keeping you on target for what you really want from life. Your vision is a specific development strategy, keeping you driven towards what you want to be, do and have.

This can act as a compass to keep your journey heading in the right direction towards the ultimate destination for you.

Why create a vision?

Without a vision you may drift aimlessly from one thing to another, mixing projects that may or may not be relevant to what you ultimately want from life; procrastination can set in so easily when you don’t have clear visions and goals, and you may feel that you are not reaching your full potential. You may feel a lack of fulfilment in life, or you may not always follow through. A vision gives a constant reminder of what you are striving towards and helps you to ensure all your short term goals, projects and actions are in line with, and feeding, your own dreams. Enabling you to turn those thoughts and dreams of what you could achieve into reality.

 

“There is a powerful, driving force inside every human being that, once unleashed, can make any vision, dream or desire a reality,” says Tony Robbins. “I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece. I challenge you to join the ranks of those people who live what they teach, who walk their talk.”

 

“Create a vision and never let the environment, other people’s beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions”

Tony Robbins

Where to start?

Firstly, it’s really important to be in the best state of mind possible to create your vision, so make some time to clear your head, write down your ‘To-Do’s or things that are sitting in your head. What could be in the way, write it down, even if it’s in journalling form! Just pop pen to paper and let it flow.

Then What?

You’ll need to start thinking about, and making notes on what is important to you and your business, making notes along the way. Who do you want to impact, how do you want to help people?

Who do you love working with? What do you love about your work? Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?

HELP !

There are lots of questions to ask yourself when creating your vision, so why not apply for a complimentary breakthrough session with me, where I will give you 45 minuites of my time to help you work this out, simply add a note on your application that you need help creating your vision. I look forward to connect with you. Simply CLICK HERE to apply.

Alternatively, get your own Vision Creator & Action Planner right here

If you have found this helpful, please do consider passing this on to business mum friends, or sharing through your social media. I look forward to connect with you

Fond Wishes

Tarryn x

 

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