How To Discover Your Vision

Jan. 6, 2020

Your vision for life is what happens if everything you want comes true — if your purpose came to life.

You CAN have multiple visions, for example you might have a vision for a specific project, but’s it’s better to have one grand vision. From that vision for life, the more minor visions will fit in place better with your purpose, your why. And your vision is discovered based on passions, skills, and dreams; it’s not found.

How do you discover your vision? By using your imagination and dreaming.

Try and imagine where you want your life go, what you want to be doing, and how you see the footprint you leave on the world. I do this through thought because I have a knack for being able to envision things easily, even for others. You can easily write things down though, or create a vision board.

Your vision(s) SHOULD always play off of your why. If you have a vision for being a great real estate salesperson, it does no good to you to learn about selling clothes because they’re two different environments in sales.

My vision is to see a world full of people inspired to unleash their creativity and go after their vision — which if you’ve read other blogs, you’ll know why I mention unleashing your creativity.

If you’re one of those people whose imagination is all over the place and you have many passions, I encourage you to think deeper. You can find everything connected by thinking about why you’re passionate about this or that, or why having a certain imagination sticks with you.

If you’re one of those people whose imagination is all over the place and you have many passions, I encourage you to think deeper. You can find everything connected by thinking about why you’re passionate about this or that, or why having a certain imagination sticks with you.

Life’s progression may present distractions as you go after your vision (I’ll do another blog about dealing with distractions), and a lot of people don’t start going after their vision, so discovering your vision is the start.

Discovering your vision isn’t hard if you allow for the thoughts to flow. And by discovering your vision, and then going after it, you’ll feel like your living in alignment with your purpose. You’ll feel good, and wonderful, and like your true potential is not far away.






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