How To Make Your New Vision A Reality



We’ve had a lot of time to think and feel recently. Amidst all the bad new, I keep hearing uplifting insights from people. They now know what’d truly important. They’ll take more time for what lights them up, and less for work and consumerism. They’ll slow down.

It’s amazing, and yet – what comes of this remains to be seen. For some people it’ll be like a New Year’s resolution once life goes back to normal. They’ll try for a bit and then the vision slowly fades into everyday life.

Your mission today is to learn how to hold on to the insights and turn them into reality.

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Task 1: Write it down


Uff. I don’t know why, but for some reason this seems to be the hardest thing to convince people of. I can wave statistics in their faces all day long, they just won’t do it.

You know what? Pause right now and write down your vision, in detail. Describe it in terms of all your five senses, and then come back. Do it.

Task 2: Take the first step towards your new vision


If you’ve been here for a while, you know the drill. You need to take action right now, today, for it to come true.

Determine which step you’ll take today, but beware of “busy-ism”. Endlessly planning and writing lists keeps you trapped in wishful thinking.

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Task 3: Get support


That’s another one people tend to treat as optional. Involve others? Get help, even? Ewww.

Well, it’s not optional. You may as well make this your first step today – it’s that important. Depending on what your vision looks like, this could be either or several of the following:

  • Sign up for a class.
  • Find a teacher.
  • Get Coaching.
  • Join a group of practitioners.

It’s not enough to read books or do research, you need real people to work with on this. Your new vision is worth a little discomfort.