What You See Is What You Get

Your vision is your destiny.

If you envision a future of prosperity and abundance, congratulations! You’ve already taken your first step towards success.

But if you’re indifferent about what your future will look like, beware. You may be opening the door to subtle self-defeatism and disappointment.

This isn’t mysticism or pseudo-science. It’s (not so) common sense.

A vision for the future enables action. With an end destination, you can map out a course of action that will move you towards your goals. Furthermore, your vision can inspire you to keep pushing when you face obstacles or fears.

Think of your vision as both your compass and food supply for the adventure of a lifetime.

Without a vision, you’re a nomad wandering in an endless wilderness. No direction. No supplies. Just one fight-or-flight reaction after the other.

Soon, self-limiting and self-defeating beliefs crop up.

“This will never end.”

“This is pointless.”

“I can’t do this.”

You look into the future and see nothing but hardship, and so nothing but hardship comes your way.

Make no mistake—what you see is what you will get. If you don’t have a written vision statement, get out a pen and paper and write one out. I’ll wait!

Drawing a blank? You’ve come to the right place. In the next few days, I’ll be sharing a simple process for creating a vision statement. It may be the inspiration you need to build a better future for yourself and your family.