One of my favorite bestselling authors, Stephen Covey, once said in his book, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” that “everything is created twice: first, in the mind, then, in reality.” I would readily agree to what he said, and I would say that there is no point in contesting that idea. For those who are mature enough, they would first think and conceptualize something, and then realize that something in actuality. Yet, for those who are obnoxiously immature, this concept is very much foreign and lacking in substance. However, I know that you are not one of those who act according to instinct; otherwise, you will not be reading this article. Likewise, since you are sensible enough, you would readily agree to the truthfulness of Covey’s statement.
The idea of Stephen Covey is very much applicable and relevant in business. Say, for instance, if you want to establish a business, you definitely need to visualize at the onset the kind of business that you are going to establish. Yet, in the process of your visualization, you should first visualize the end results—which is the greatest success that your business can attain. There is no harm in visualizing the greatest success of your business; in fact, all successful business people may have mastered the art of visualization.
Albert Einstein once said that “imagination is everything.” Well, I don’t want to refute Einstein’s statement at this point, for he was simply emphasizing the value of visualization in this case. But the important point is: “visualization allows you to create and perfect whatever you want to create and perfect in your imagination,” and if you believe in the power of visualization, you would surely love to visualize everything, before you create it in actuality. Likewise, if you are a staunch believer in the power of the mind and you subscribe to the idea that brainwaves can pierce through walls and can condition the world around you, you would surely make it a habit to visualize anything that you want to establish, before you even start to establish it in actuality.
The advantage of visualization is that you can master it, and if you did master it, you can surely raise the level of the oscillation of your brainwaves to a higher oscillation, and in turn, the world will manifest in actuality what your brain frequently visualize. You may remark that what I am saying is a piece of crap, and I am just amplifying the effects of visualization. Yet, great men always attest to the power of visualization, and surely you wouldn’t want to refute them.
Two great guys, for example, by the names of Greg Jacobs and Tim Godfrey have imagined that the establishment and success of business follow certain rules. In fact, the two claim that the process can be reduced into a quasi-scientific process. So they started to imagine a program that would contain the guiding principles of business creation, and they called it the Incredible Dream Machines. You can view the incredible dream machines review 2015 to learn more about this program, for I won’t be elaborating on this program in this article. Yet, Jacobs and Godfrey’s visualization had really resulted into the production of an awesome program which could enable thousands of “would-be” entrepreneurs to succeed in their business.