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Being a Visionary

I want to start this off by saying that being a visionary isn't about having unrealistic dreams. In fact, it's often the opposite! When you have big dreams and are able to achieve them, that's when you're truly being a visionary.

Sometimes, we have a vision of what our lives could be. But then we second guess ourselves, and decide that it's not possible.

Sometimes, we have a vision of what our lives could be. We imagine the person we want to be, the life we want to lead and the things that will make it possible. But then we second guess ourselves, and decide that it's not possible.

Don't do that!

Dreams are an important source of motivation, inspiration and hope for people who are striving for something better in their lives. When you see yourself making progress towards your goals - whether they're big or small - you get excited about what's next! You feel confident taking steps towards your long-term vision because you know how far you've come already. And knowing this helps motivate other people around you too! Everyone wants to feel like they're a part of something special; when people see someone working hard toward something amazing, it makes them believe in themselves more too."

Other times, we have a vision of what our lives could be. And instead of second-guessing ourselves and giving up, we do whatever it takes to make it happen.

  • Take action. You can't expect to achieve your goals if you're not willing to do the work. Keep your eyes on the prize, and don't let anyone distract you from what's important.

  • Think positive thoughts, even when no one else is around—that way, it'll be much easier for your mind to create positive images when it comes time for visualization and daydreaming later on down the road!

  • Visualize your dreams often—this is a great way to reinforce how awesome everything will be once all of these changes are implemented into real life (and also helps keep up morale)!

  • Believe in yourself; even though the world may seem like a tough place sometimes, we must never give up hope or lose sight of our dreams! If we believe they're possible then they will become possible; trust me on this one :)

So what's the difference between these two people?

The first person is a dreamer, but the second person has a vision. The second person is willing to work hard and make sacrifices for what he or she wants.

The two people have different ways of looking at the world. The difference between them is not as much about their ideas as it is about their approach: one person wants to live an ordinary life, while the other person has high aspirations and is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve them.

The reason the first person doesn't follow through with their dreams is that they simply don't know how to make them come true.

When it comes to achieving your dreams, you are either the first person or the second. The first person doesn’t follow through with their dreams because they simply don’t know how to make them come true. They have no idea what it takes and they don't realize that there's a way of doing it.

The second person knows how to make their dreams a reality. They've figured out how to visualize their goals so they can see them clearly in front of them, which means they're one step closer to actually getting what they want in life!

So if you have big dreams but don't know how to achieve them, read on! I'm going to teach you how to be the second type of person and turn your vision into reality!

If you are reading this, I'm going to bet that you believe in your ability to achieve the impossible. And if you want to make that happen, then here’s what I recommend:

  • Be specific about what exactly it is that you want to do. Don't just say "I want to be successful." That's not enough. Instead, say “I am going to create an app that will help people find their lost keys." Or if your dream is bigger (like mine!) then say something like "I am going to start a company that revolutionizes healthcare around the world." A big vision needs a big goal.

  • Make a plan for how you will achieve those goals! A lot of people think they can wing it when it comes time for implementation but they don't know what they're doing or where they're going, so things fall apart quickly after implementation begins. If possible and feasible read books about how other people have done what you are trying out or hire someone who has experience doing exactly this kind of thing before so they can give advice on best practices for achieving success with similar projects/goals

If you can dream it, you can do it!

It is a common misconception that dreams are only for dreamers. In fact, it takes more than just thinking of the end results to achieve your vision. You need to be willing to work hard and make sacrifices in order to get there. You also need to be willing to take risks and fail along the way. The truth is that if you dream it, then you can do it—but only if you are willing to work hard enough!

The most important thing is to never give up on your dreams. You may not have all the answers or know how exactly to make them happen, but if you're willing to keep trying, they will come true in time!

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