The vision of business success is different for each and every one of us – some people want to start or improve their own business, some want to climb higher on a corporate ladder; people develop successful businesses both online and offline, from their home or in an office – there really are many different visions, but one thing is common to all of them: to be successful in business, you have to develop the mindset of a successful businessman.
If you haven’t done so yet, we recommend that before you start with this visualization, you read our article How to visualize and other articles listed in the core section about visualization and law of attraction to get a better idea on why these steps are important for successful visualizing.
This visualization is an example of what you could visualize, depending on your personal preferences – but its goal is to help you visualize success, so that you eventually become more focused to your business plans, ideas and ambitions, and able to pursue your goal with confidence.
- Specify your goal: are you setting up a new business and want it to be as successful as possible, do you want to increase profits by 30%, to get venture capital for your company, to get a big promotion? You must be very clear and specific about it. Don’t bother with the hows and the whys, just define what you want to achieve.
- Choose at least one image to keep in your mind before you start visualizing: the image should represent the “as if” situation – as if you’ve already reached your goal, or you’re making it happen right now – for instance, the corner office that you’d get if you got the promotion, you presenting your business plan to a group of potential venture capitalists, etc – this image should be something by which you’d intimately knew that you’ve succeeded, or are succeeding. It doesn’t have to be very clear at this stage, just think about what best screams “success” to your mind.
- Set a schedule and find a quiet place for your visualization. Visualizations usually last for 20-30 minutes (again, this depends – it may take you more or less time to create a vivid visualization).
Steps to business success visualization:
- Relax. Clear your mind. Sit in a relaxed position, close your eyes, take deep breaths, and focus on your breathing. Slowly count to ten.
- Break visualization down into senses. Evoke the image that represents success. The image won’t be very clear at first, so you have to “sharpen” it: start by adding as many details as you can – is your computer turned on, are you alone or is there someone else with you, look down to see what the chair that
ou’re sitting on looks like. Now start including other senses. Start with the sounds: what kind of noise you hear, hear your own voice sounding confident, perhaps your phone is ringing. Then touch: is the chair soft, feel the texture of the paper in your hand, touch your computer – is it warm? Smell: perhaps there’s a coffee machine on your floor, what smell comes out from the air freshener. Finally, taste: if you’re on a business lunch, what does the food taste?
- Third person view. Now imagine the entire scene from the outside, like you’re watching yourself from the outside: what are you doing in the office, who are you talking with, what you’re saying and what their response is, you’re walking towards your computer to show the details of your business plan to the investors. Play the scenario as you’d like it to happen, and you’re the observer.
- First person view. Now take all senses and the scenario, and look from the inside: how do you feel now that you’ve achieved it, how do you behave? You’re confident, relaxed, proud of yourself, excited. Let yourself feel success and enjoy it, you’ve earned it. Focus on this image for a few minutes and let the feeling of achievement fill you in.
- Wrapping it up. You can let go now – you’ve completed your visualization, and the image slowly fades.
Practice this visualization every day, and after a few days you should be feeling more goal oriented and more focused on your business success.
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