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Visualize 3-4 steps further than your initial objective (for effective results)

 

Now imagine you have reached a level with your blogs where you
are able to attract lots of readers. This traffic now starts bringing you income.

Suddenly after a few years and a number of blogs you
realize you have a business that is employing you full time.

Now with your several blogs, you have accumulated enough income in order to start investing in other businesses or start a new business venture if you choose so.

 

”… here you start to see that you
can potentially create opportunities for others.”

 

This is a key moment. Visualize this clearly, because here you start to see that you
can potentially create opportunities for others. If you can see yourself creating a company that for example trains people. Trains how to people can become skilled and creative programmers that will succeed in the job market. You’d  have a HUGE positive impact on these people’s lives. Potentially to your local IT-job sector as well.

If you have been able to visualize the end result and if that idea inspired you deeply. You are on the right track. You should always compose an end result that truly gets you excited. Best-case scenario, it ignites a deep sense of purpose and a drive to act and stay active.

 

”You need ideas that create a running river or a long-lasting tsunami within you!”

Running River

 

Just making ‘some’ income with your blogs is a weak objective. That objective will not energize you enough.  It doesn’t get any juices flowing. You need ideas that create a running river or a long-lasting tsunami within you. Get it?

You can even go wild and try playfully experimenting with over the top ideas. See what you come up with. Be creative. Build your own perfect island nation utopia or something down that line.

Pushing the boundaries of imagination is always a good practice. Then adjust it so that it’s closer to reality.

”In other words. First, think big, then even bigger and then come back to reality and start climbing.. one rock at a time to the top of your imaginary mountain.”

So remember don’t settle for a superficial or a weak objective but concentrate on creating a clear image and a plan that pulls you way deeper into the vortex and keeps you there. 3-4 steps ahead and further than the first objective you thought of.

 

As always, stay focused,

-Jon

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