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Creating a Vision for Your Business Success: Designing Your Life and Work Deliberately

by Dr. Joe Rubino

Create a Vision That Honors Your Values and Is Filled with Passion

We get what we expect. If we expect that our lives and businesses will be marked by abundance, rich relationships and fun, we will generate an intention to make it so. Our intention will create a drive within us to accomplish those actions necessary to manifest our vision. Likewise, if we expect to struggle or are unclear about what our life and business will look like, we forfeit our ability to design them on purpose. We will unintentionally sabotage our efforts at achieving those things we want most because we fail to envision them and do not take the actions necessary to realize them.

To mold your own personal vision, close your eyes and imagine that a genie has just appeared before you. This genie has offered to grant your every wish in designing the life of your dreams, provided you have the courage to envision it, believe it will happen and pursue it. In order to create this vision, you need to temporarily suspend any self-defeating thoughts that you will have to settle for a life that does not meet your needs or honor your values. Keep in mind that you will be developing a specific plan of action to address the question, "What exactly will it take to manifest this vision?" So, create your dream vision with the expectation that you will be designing a plan to bring each aspect of it into reality.

With a focus on your most important values, spell out your vision for your life and business. Be clear, specific, and detailed as you include such elements as where you'll live and work, what your typical day at work will be like, what type of people you will work and play with (self-motivated, caring, competent, trustworthy, etc.), what types of activities you'll be doing in your free time, what you will be known for, etc. Include as much picture-like detail as possible as if it were a movie. Create a vivid mental image of every important aspect of your life and business. Make sure to show how your envisioned life and work is an expression of your passions and your values.

Look at this vision you're creating as a game you're playing—a game where you're designing your ideal work and life-plan. To be truly powerful, create your vision as something that is much greater than about just you alone—something you can't do on your own, something that must involve and positively affect the lives of many, many others. This will include positively impacting your family, friends, work partners as well as many others.

Now, write it all down.

Write your vision in first person and present tense as if you are describing a scene from the movie of a typical day in your life or work, as it unfolds. Create a vivid mental image with as much detail as possible to bring your vision to life. Utilize all your senses in describing it—sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.

See your vision as an already accomplished reality in the present, not merely as something you want or hope to have happen. If you construct your vision as something you hope to have, the wanting, desiring, and not having of it will manifest instead of the realization of the vision itself.

Include within your vision the answers to the following questions:

Who will you be as you go about your life's work and play? What qualities (such as competence, trustworthiness, caring, compassion, creativity, being a great listener, etc.) and values (fun, contribution, success, love, leadership, recognition, happiness, security, belonging, etc.) will you manifest or embody? How will you come across to others? What will your self-image be?

What will you do in a typical day at work? And at play? What will you do in your spare time to re-energize you and cause you to better appreciate the time you do spend at work?

What will you have as a result of being these qualities and doing the actions consistent with them? Where will you live and work? In what type of physical setting will you surround yourself? What other things (such as appreciative business partners who become great friends, abundance, personal freedom, peace of mind, etc.) will you have? What goals will you accomplish?

Who will you assist or support with these accomplishments? Are there any special people, organizations or causes that will be an important part of your life?

What will your relationships be like? Picture yourself interacting with friends, family, co-workers, and all you meet in a way that reflects your ideal life and work.

Do not allow any of the limitations of the past prevent you from crafting your ideal practice vision. See below for an example of a powerful written vision.

The ultimate value of a vision is that it serves as a motivating place to come from, rather than a place to get to.

Visions are also dynamic. As you achieve certain aspects of your vision, it will evolve to include new and previously unforeseen elements. Some aspects of your current vision will also change in time to no longer be part of your evolving vision. For these reasons, visions are always in need of periodic review and reevaluation. They serve to inspire and motivate you and others, not to restrict your options and vitality.

Once you have created your written vision, commit to reading it twice daily without fail--in the morning upon rising and in the evening right before bedtime. As the vision becomes an intention and expectation, your belief in its ultimate realization will support its manifestation into the world.

Vision is at the very core of both leadership and success in life and business. It is essential that you first define your own personal vision in the most exacting detail. When your vision is explicit, written down, and reviewed daily, you will actually incorporate it into your life and work naturally and automatically.

This new and empowering vision will replace the current dim vision that is neither serving your magnificence nor fueling your excellence.

Your success is sure to follow when your vision is compelling enough to provide you with the necessary self-motivation to do whatever it takes on a daily basis to design a life and/or business that fulfills and empowers you.

Please do not pass up this opportunity to develop a clear and compelling vision of what your life and work can be like. And when you have done so, do the same exercise as it pertains to the other areas of your life. Include in your powerful written vision, a detailed description of what your relationships, health, wealth, hobbies, family, personal and spiritual development, and every other aspect of your life will be like.

My Vision It is September 21, 2016. My wife, Janice, and I are celebrating my 60th birthday at our winter estate in Hana, on the island of Maui, Hawaii, by hosting a party attended by a thousand of our closest friends.

Our waterfront property spans several acres marked by waterfalls and lush greenery, home to hundreds of magnificent tropical birds. All our family and the close friends we've made over the past 40 years are here. Our friends look to our Hawaiian home as a place for them to relax, rest, and recharge their bodies, minds and souls. Our doors are always open. We enjoy each other's company all year long during their frequent visits.

We divide our time between our winter home in Maui and our spring, summer, and autumn homes in the scenic White Mountains of New Hampshire and the wonderful woods of rural Massachusetts.

Our lives have become totally devoted to contributing to others and discovering more about accessing our personal magnificence. Our organization consists of one million empowered leaders who are committed to championing others to be financially free, healthy, and fulfilled in their lives.

Our company, The Center for Personal Reinvention, has impacted millions of people to live rewarding lives based on choice, contribution, and empowerment. People hold the center as one of the foremost organizations in the world that supports people to live lives that work optimally in peace, harmony, and happiness.

We spend a large amount of time speaking, writing, coaching, and inspiring others to live lives of possibility. Our goal is to kill off the resignation that consumes all too many people's lives.

My book, "The Magic Lantern: A Fable about Leadership, Personal Excellence and Empowerment", first published in 2001, just sold 20 million copies! People have found it to be a window to realize life-changing insights. The book's tale of the secrets to achieving world peace through the creation of empowering interpretations has taken hold. The thousand years of peace it foretold of is well underway.

My "Power to Succeed" book series is recognized as the catalyst that has brought the personal development conversation into millions of homes. Millions have implemented its principles into their lives. It sets the new standard for creating effective communication and relationships that thrive.

My book, "Restore Your Magnificence: A Life-Changing Guide to Reclaiming Your Self-Esteem" has supported millions of people to realize their God-given magnificence and live empowered lives, fueled by their passions and sourced by their life purposes.

My focus, now, is on continuing personal development, both for myself and for others. I continue to champion people around the world to maximize their effectiveness, happiness and power through my public speaking engagements, transformational courses, personal coaching, and writing. I am humbled by the thousands of people who have stepped forward to join us in our vision of impacting people's lives. We now work in partnership with these friends to honor our values of contribution, belonging, adventure, abundance and fun!

People the world over have learned to see personal development and empowerment as synonymous with contribution to others. My story, featured on the covers of Success and Time Magazine, has inspired thousands to live their lives full out and with passion. We have contributed to shifting the old paradigm of struggle, suffering, and resignation.

Thanks to our efforts, people around the world believe in themselves and in their ability to contribute to others. Third World countries raise billions of dollars yearly through networking enterprises patterned after our charitable programs. Due to the elevated levels of self-esteem of so many, wars are now a thing of the past. People everywhere have embraced the new paradigm of living in harmony, love, abundance, and contribution to their fellow man and woman.

We are in excellent physical health. We have abundant rich relationships. We devote time daily to our personal and spiritual development. Money is no object for us. We have all of the cars, toys, and other possessions we could ever want. A large portion of the income that our organizations produce is used to fund our global humanitarian projects. We have more than enough money to support the dozens of worthwhile causes we're passionate about. Among these is quality education for all children, programs that champion the magnificence of kids all over the world and support people seeking to better themselves.

We travel the world extensively; visiting every continent and country we've ever had an interest in exploring. Many of our partners have taken on similarly rewarding lifestyles fueled by their passions. We've made friends everywhere we've traveled and have lived our lives as a daring adventure, always in search of the awesome power of possibilities.

Don't live like too many others, at the mercy of whatever life throws your way. Declare what your life will be like. Then, have the courage to go out and make it happen by manifesting your vision in the world. Decide now to live boldly, with passion and on purpose!

Article by Dr. Joe Rubino, an internationally acclaimed trainer, author and success coach. Joe is the author of the best selling book, “Secrets Of Building A Million-Dollar Network-Marketing Organization From A Guy Who’s Been There Done That And Shows You How To Do It, Too” and six audio-cassette series. His new book, "Restore Your Magnificence--A Life-Changing Guide to Reclaiming Your Self-Esteem" is a perfect personal development program for network marketers seeking to maximize their power and charisma. To order Dr. Joe’s books or for information about his coaching programs and courses, call (888) 821-3135, E-mail to:www.CenterForPersonalReinvention.com.

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