Please be patient. A whole new experience is on the horizon...

Start:May 27, 2020

Duration:10 Minute(s)

Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the ability to capture your dreams and turn them into workable plans (Vision4Future).

Description: Vision4Future' is part of The Next Step series designed to connect you to your dreams, guiding you to a simple, workable strategy that will ... Read More

Summary:

Step 1

Go to the 'video' icon to hear what Les Brown has to say about what it takes to achieve your dreams.

Let us know if you felt Mr. Brown's message when you're finished.

Step 2

How hungry are you when it comes to achieving your vision?

Step 3

Will you let anything stop you?

Step 4

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." Wise words by Lao-tzu, a Chinese philosopher.

There's something vital to keep in mind as you pursue your vision.

The first step of the journey and every step that follows is all part of the dream. The whole experience works together. Achievement is only one part.

The journey, itself, with all its highs and lows is what you will cherish most.

How much did you realize that before now?

Step 5

Important Aspects to Your Journey:

*Stay connected to my earliest dreams and heroes. They reveal what is most true about me

*Flip negative messages in my head to encouraging ones

*Find out what specific skills and education are needed to reach my ultimate dream. If these skills serve to ignite my passion for life, keep going. If they bring out my worst side or squelch my passion, rethink my options

*Engage in sports, clubs or other activities that may help me build confidence, meet people and/or achieve my dream

*Keep an eye out for that leader who will bring out my best. That person could be in my school, work, at a volunteer project or in my neighborhood

*Continue The Next Step and post to my 'Camps' to strengthen my momentum

*Make it a habit to express appreciation to people who help me along the way

*Help others coming along behind me

*Spend an hour a day getting to know myself until I really appreciate who I was made to be and understand my purpose for life

*Treat myself well by celebrating my victories, learning from things that didn't go so well, and knowing that "it's not over until I win!"

Are any of these tips meaningful to you? If so, which one(s) jump out at you?

Step 6

On a scale of 1 to 10, where would you rate yourself in terms of 1) "I'm stuck" to 10) "I have the initiative to go for my vision"?

Step 7

Before you leave our final steps in "Vision", we'd like to share our hopes for you.

May you dream outrageous dreams and enjoy the pursuit of those dreams, knowing you'll discover more about yourself and others in the process.

May you meet people along the way who fill in the gaps of your expertise and add to your excitement about the path you've chosen.

May you be quick to turn around if you find you're on the wrong path.

May you gather memories that make you laugh out loud throughout your years.

May you have the eyes to see someone very much like yourself when you were their age, who could use the wisdom you've gained.

May this journey meet all your needs and succeed beyond your wildest expectations.

May nothing and no one stop you from achieving all that is yours to achieve.

How much are you feeling that?

Step 8

So...you've completed the "Vison4Future" trail. Congratulations!

To keep up the progress you fought so hard for, we recommend that you go to the 'related' field and select the Vision Checklist. Schedule it to repeat each week.

We suggest doing the 5-minute checklist once a week until you feel confident that you're headed in the direction you want to go with a firm grasp on what we've discussed.

Select 'Successful' when you've scheduled the Vision Checklist.

Step 9

If you would like to take The Next Step toward your vision, go to the 'related' field and select 'Your Right Job Right - JP edition'.

We recommend starting on a Monday, but it's your call.

Select 'Successful' if you schedule 'Your Right Job'.

Step 10

Do you think someone else could benefit from the 'Vision' navigational steps ?

If so, please feel welcome to share the link via the 'Share' tab.

All our best to you in the pursuit of your Vision!

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