CEO of You® Practice Success Strategies – Get a Clear Vision

According to our CEO of YOU® Success Blueprint, one of the steps to developing a winning mindset is to define your vision.

Eleanor Roosevelt once said

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” 

My question for you is – Do you believe?

If there were no limits to what you could have, what would your practice and your life look like? That image you get in your head when you think of that question is your vision. Your vision is your desired state for the future. It sets the path for your journey and help guide you to your desired destination.

Why is it important to define your vision?

According to Psychology Today, a vision does the following:

It defines the optimal desired future state and provides guidance and inspiration as to what an organization is focused on achieving in five, ten, or more years.

A vision can be used in two different ways: inspiration and prediction. It is first used to inspire you in reaching something that you desire. It is also used to predict changes in the future as you journey toward that desire.

A vision might be the most powerful way to keep you focused on what you want in life while keeping you motivated on achieving it. It will open up your mind to endless possibilities and a brighter and bigger tomorrow. When you can envision a future that is happier, healthier and wealthier, you are more likely to make the changes that are necessary for you to reach that type of life.

The future may hold a lot of uncertainties, but one thing is certain – the future is created in the present. 


3 Tips to Define Your Vision

Here are 5 tips to help create a Vision Statement that will anchor your dreams.

  1. Make sure that your vision aligns with your core values. Does this vision fit who you are? Don’t try to keep up with the Joneses. Keep your vision as authentic as possible. In doing so, you’ll create an unwavering anchor for your future.

  2. Make sure your vision is ambitious. In other words, make it BIG! We only get to do life once, so let’s make it count. There is no reason to play small and there’s definitely room for everyone. Don’t sell yourself short, go BIG!

  3. Write it down! It doesn’t have to be on paper, but it must be recorded. So use whatever tool available to you to write down your vision. Writing it down is essential if you want to achieve it.

Review your vision and update it as often as necessary to keep the vision current and dynamic. The best way to do that is to create a vision board. Your vision board can be digital or on paper. I recommend a digital vision board especially for busy people like me but paper works too.  Here are a few steps to help you create a digital vision board:

    • Choose a few images that represent your specific desire. These should be actual pictures of what you want that you can find on the internet and save to your computer. Or, you can create the images.
    • Here are some  Apps that can help: Vision Board, VISUAPP dream or Hay House Vision Board or powerpoint.  These apps are available in both IOS and Android platforms. Use the apps to make a collage of your images on your phone or preferred device. 

You now have the foundation to create a clear Vision. Be sure go BIG! If you’d like to be empowered to accelerate your success, become a CEO Diva. 

In this group, you’ll be surrounded by likeminded and supportive women ODs. In that environment, you will learn how to develop the winning mindset, strategy and team you need  to achieve success. 

Click HERE to lean more. 

Until next time, remember to dream big, take risks and become the CEO of You®!

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