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The second activity that is common among the daily habits of highly successful people is Visualization of Goals.

This is one of the most crucial steps in this success process. Not surprisingly, it is also one of the things that you will almost never hear about from a person who is failing.

The visualization that I am talking about here isn’t merely a quick “close your eyes and think about what you want for a minute” visualization. No, this is a full, blown-out, five senses type experience. You want to bring the visualization to life. You want to see it, smell it, taste it, hear it and feel it – you want it to be real.

Why is this so important? Well, if you don’t know where you are going then how in the world are you ever going to know when or if you get there? The visualization makes the experience real and the amazing thing is: Once you know the end result, the how pretty much takes care of itself.

Personal development is the first of the 6 daily habits that are common among highly successful people.

At any moment we are where we are because of our best thinking. Our current situation is simply a culmination of our past thoughts and actions. If we want different results, better results, then logically it makes sense that we should start with our thinking. Evolution through personal development will have an astounding impact towards the accomplishment of one’s goals.

Our success is going to be predicated upon ‘who we are being’ more than any other factor.

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have the Midas touch while others fail no matter how hard they try or how much effort they put into something? Me too. So much so that I decided to really look into what it was that made the successful people successful and the rest, well, unsuccessful.

What I learned was astonishing. There was actually a commonality in the set of daily habits, or activities, that successful people take on each and every day. It is these activities that make them successful. It gives them that ‘Midas Touch’.

So what are these common activities?

  1. Personal Development
  2. Visualization of Goals
  3. Income Producing Activities
  4. Mastermind with Other Leaders
  5. Cultivate the Expectation of Leadership
  6. Gifts & Gratitude

In my upcoming posts I’ll go into detail about each of these daily habits.

To your success,
Brian

Okay, so here we are at the newly created blog site.  For those of you coming over from my previous blog, thanks for tagging along.  For those of you who are new, thanks so much for stopping by.

This blog will primarily contain new content but I will certainly pull some of the existing information off of my old blog, provided it is still timely and worthwhile.

I look forward to sharing some of my insight and thoughts and I hope you find this information useful.

Make it a great day – you deserve it!

Brian

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