Why Business Leaders Fail and What to Do About It

By Charles Alvarez , Contributor, the Price of Business Show. * Sponsored

You possess and have available to you virtually unlimited mental powers. The average person is unaware of these powers and fails to use them for goal attainment. That is why his or her results are only average.

When you begin to tap into and unleash the power of your subconscious and superconscious minds, you will often achieve more in a year or two than the average person achieves in a lifetime. You will start moving more rapidly toward your goals than you can currently imagine.

Your Most Powerful Faculty

Your ability to visualize is perhaps the most powerful faculty that you possess. All improvement in your life begins with animprovement in your mental pictures. You are where you are and what you are today largely because of the mental pictures that you hold in your conscious mind at the present time. As you change your mental pictures on the inside, your world on the outside will begin to change to correspond to those pictures.

Visualization activates the Law of Attraction, which draws into your life the people, circumstances and resources that you need to achieve your goals.

Visualization activates the Law of Correspondence which says, “As within, so without.” As you change your mental pictures on the inside, your world on the outside, like a mirror, begins to change. Just as you become what you think about most of the time, you become what you visualize most of the time, as well.

Mental Pictures Become Your Reality

Wayne Dyer says, “You will see it when you believe it.” Jim Cathcart says, “The person you see is the person you will be.” Dennis Waitley says that your mental images are “Your previews of your life’s coming attractions.””

Albert Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than facts.” Napoleon Bonaparte said, “Imagination rules the world.” Napoleon Hill said, “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

The Importance of Vision

The most common characteristic of leaders at all levels, throughout the ages, is that leaders have “vision.” This means that they can visualize and imagine an ideal future, well in advance of it becoming a reality. Just as Walt Disney clearly saw a happy, clean, family-oriented amusement park many years before Disneyland was built, everything worthwhile in your life begins with a mental picture of some kind, as well.

As it happens, you are always visualizing something, one way or another. Every time you think of someone or something, remember a past event, imagine an upcoming event, or even daydream while you are sitting or driving along, you are visualizing. It is essential that you learn to manage and control this visualizingcapability of your mind and focus it, like a laser beam, in the direction of achieving the goals that are most important to you.

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