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James Allen in a marvelous little book "As a man thinketh" has a chapter called "Vision and Ideals" and says: "The vision that you glorify in your mind, the ideal that you enthrone in your heart -- this you will build your life by; this you will become."

 

Leaders are dreamers, people who cherish their visions. The greatest achievement was at first and for a time only a dream. Leaders know that and apply specific techniques to bring that into reality.

 

In "The 21 Irrefutable laws of leadership", the expert in leadership John Maxwell starts the book with the law of the lid. In that section John presents various stories in order to highlight the crucial relationship between vision, leadership and achievements.

 

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In this article, I take that a bit further and say that once a dream, a vision is build in the mind, you need to give energy to it. Among the things that help you keep the vision in your mind alive and continuously activate its corresponding brain cells I would like to focus on this article on the visualization.

 

The exercise of the visualizing faculty is your greatest unseen power. It is as simple as create an image in your mind and with faith bringing action into making it real.

 

As far as the technicalities of how to visualize there are a few simple concepts to follow:

 

1) Relax and close your eyes and allow your vision to capture your imagination and hold it there with your will, effortlessly, for 10 - 30 minutes.

 

2) Use all your sense to perceive all the details by touching it, say it out loud, and smell it.

 

3) Immediately after, write it down with as many details as possible.

 

The capacity to back up this image with the faith of acting also inspiring others to act is where leaders set themselves apart from the crowd.

 

Here are three things you can do to take this to the next level:

 

1) Start today with the simple exercise we suggested.

 

2) Study "Your invisible power", by Genevieve Behrend and "The Power of Visualisation" by Lee Pulos.

 

3) Read more free articles on leadership subject at Leadership and Management at Leadmanship.com. On the same website, you have the ability to buy the best programs in this field. Select your choice, study and apply the suggestions of the world renowned experts.

 

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