Visualizing success is important
A successful person begins by thinking about the problem itself, finding the appropriate parameters to tackle, and from that second to realize that they've been given a huge opportunity, they've just got to grab it and not let go. If it's not a specific task, such as a drug test, it is likely something in-between, such as reading a certain book or becoming an expert in something. Even when it's something a specific individual does for a certain individual, Is it possible for people to attain more success with the use of visualization? Could this be part of the reason why some people can accomplish the goals that they set for themselves, while others cannot?
Well there is a few things that I noticed when I first considered the question. And maybe they will help you see why your success may have more to do with what the success of others may portend than any innate talent. First, consider how you visualize success. When you visualize your success. Think of a better way to get what you want than the one you think others have found. In fact, the opposite is true.
Most people believe that they can succeed in a specific area simply by visualizing the goal. And this could be true, though often not. Visualization might not be enough on its own. But visualization can be combined with further belief systems. This belief system is not limited to one person, group, belief system, or culture. It is found in most cultures around the world. Various groups use different belief systems in their visualization.
When we sit down and ask "what obstacles are truly impossible," we're doing a disservice to ourselves. We are guessing and investigating the natural situations within the world around us, which leads to a natural world of reality. The more we repeat that research process, the better we get at finding out. By understanding the natural phenomena, we learn how to use them, and we gain greater understandings of our own minds.
Mindful awareness allows us to recognize and take steps towards our life goals, no matter how small or big they may be. By acknowledging them, we can move forward towards achieving our goals and regain control of our life. However, some people just can't seem to bring themselves to recognize the bad and bad outcomes that they have or the goals they have to accomplish. Why? Is it because they just don't know how to address the situation, or is it that they don't seem to possess the ability to work in that situation.
Just because you do not succeed doesn't mean you are not working hard. Sometimes, the best success is to refuse to give up. There is a fine line between persisting with determination and quitting. The old axiom "No excuses" applies here. At times, the true test of character comes when you are trying something truly difficult, and you only succeed at the last possible moment. You were mentally prepared to have that failure happen, but in the midst of other moments you just can't get it done. Another big characteristic of the successful is a focus on productivity and performance. Once the brain is changed, it's very hard to stop yourself from doing the right thing.