Articles tagged with: Sharing


Plant Seeds of Your Vision

There is great importance in sharing your vision. Sometimes when you are trying to ignite another person toward your vision, it does not happen spontaneously. It’s important not to get discouraged and know the value of planting seeds. When you express a few ideas like various types of incentives, assistance, or resources these will settle in a person’s mind. At first, they may not agree with you and may not want to participate and be energy supporters, but later they contact you to ask more questions about the seeds that you originally planted.

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Share SVP With Everyone

I wrote Vision: Your Pathway to Victory partly to inspire people to write their vision. Writing it is the first step to accomplishing your vision. However, the main purpose of my book is to help you get to your defined intention. You will find in having a vision that you will not only change your life, but the lives of others.

It is easy to inspire people you know to author their own vision. Often times there are so many thoughts and hopes going through someone’s mind that when you ask them for their vision they pause. They don’t have it. One reason for that is there are so many choices and opportunities available, and they don’t take the time to listen to themselves to figure out what they want out of life. Sharing SVP is a simple way to guide them to focus on the things that are important in their lives. You will notice the people who are focused are the ones that get there- the greatest athletes, entertainers, doctors, business people, you name it. They know what they want and they are focused.

You, and everyone you know, are inches from greatness. Be bold enough to write your vision and follow it’s pathway to your victory!


The More You Share The Better You Fair

                Have you ever shared your dreams or goals with someone? Have you ever shared your vision with anyone? There are a lot of people who believe when you have a vision or a goal you need to keep it secret. My question is why. The best answer I can come up with is fear. It’s the fear of what they would think if someone else knew what you wanted to accomplish and you didn’t accomplish it.

                That is one of the biggest reasons why you need to share your vision. Sharing keeps you accountable to your vision. When I shared with others that I was writing Vision: Your Pathway to Victory they would often ask me about it as time went on. Their comments about my vision to complete and publish my book would leave me energized about my vision.

                Sharing your vision automatically transfers your visionary energy to the person you are sharing with. The truth is people are impressed with those who take the time to define and write their goals. You are automatically elevated in their minds. It’s important to ask for their input. When others take the time to give their thoughts on YOUR VISION they become connected. Through that connection, you can establish encouragement, new resources, accountability, and more energy that will help expand and accelerate your ultimate vision.


The Visionary Team

Many new visionaries think the entire success of their vision rests on their own shoulders. Nothing could be further from the truth. Great visionaries share their vision and give others the power to contribute to it, be part of it, and own a piece of it.

Creating your own visionary team or committee is easy. A team that cares and wants to play a role is an integral part of your vision. You will be amazed at the out pouring of support you will get. All you have to do is assemble your team at your office, on a conference call, at a restaurant and say “Here is what we are trying to do. This is the deadline. What are your ideas?” Ask for their input and all of a sudden you will see a remarkable amount of energy come out of those people. It doesn’t stop there. You have no idea the number of people they know that they will bring into the picture sooner or at a later point that will also offer the transfer of energy. This transfer of energy to you team and resources your team knows will make your vision a success.

So if you want to know how to get others to contribute to your vision? It’s simple, just ask!


Vision tops the list!

Vision: Your Pathway to Victory hit #1 on the and top sellers list earlier this week! We were very excited when we got the news. I received a question from a fellow author as to how the book was able to top the lists earlier this week. I would have to say that it is a true testament to the power of vision and the visionary process, which is what the book is about.

I had this vision long before the book was ever written. When God inspired me to write this book, I knew it was for the sake of helping people. It was my responsibility to create the vision and share it. That is exactly what I did. You have that power too, so please take advantage of it. The other thing is there is a tremendous need in America for individuals to tap into the power of vision to increase their production, increase their sales, increase their income, but also to increase their morale and their attitude toward life and believing that success is physically and materially attainable. That’s what vision does. It was that spirit that attracted corporations and individuals to purchase the book and it was all because I wrote my definable intention with a deadline and shared it. You can too.