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Prosperity Pillar 12 – I Visualize & Manifest My Life

Prosperity Pillar 12 – I Visualize & Manifest My Life

by | Jun 3, 2019 | Article | 4 comments

Today is an exciting day as the final Prosperity Pillar in a 12 days series that we’ve been going through together! Principle number 12 is I Visualize and Manifest My Life.

Dream and Become

Cheryl Grossman said, “I dream, therefore I become.”  And this is our final topic because it all comes together.  The bottom line is if you want to create your ultimate destiny, to culminate all we’ve been talking about with these principles, there are a few key things to do.

Related – The Daily Mastermind Podcast:  I Visualize & Manifest My Life
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First, you have to prioritize create creating your life.  Set some time aside every day to intentionally work on creating your life.  It’s amazing to me how many people say they want to manifest all these things in their life, and yet they don’t spend time on it.


Second, intentionally declare your affirmations once or twice a day.  If you’re not, then you are really missing a key principle that Napoleon Hill talks about in Think and Grow Rich. Read the chapter on affirmations, or listen to it inside The Daily Mastermind app.  Create those affirmations and find time to meditate on them.  


So third, meditation is something that will help you.  You can do it guided or unguided. But meditation will help you to clear your mind.  Find time to clear your mind and simplify the thoughts that are running through your head.  This is so that your mind can focus more on your goals and specifically what you’re trying to accomplish.

Related – The Daily Mastermind Podcast:  Meditation Tips For Beginners
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Next, visualize your life the way you want it to be.  You might be riding the bike at the gym, spending some time reading at home, writing in your journal, driving in your car, etc. In those places, visualize your life and what it’s going to look like. I want you to visualize things as if it’s already happened.

This Is Your Highest Priority

I want you to prioritize this.  Ask yourself what you want your life to be like.  Be very specific and write down affirmations to support that vision.  Then spend some time visualizing it clearly.

I’m excited for you to absolutely have everything you need to create your ultimate life!  You have the potential to be so much more and I’m excited to be working with you. So be sure to join our mastermind community and we’ll see you inside.


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    First of all I want to say terrific blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your thoughts prior to
    writing. I have had trouble clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out.

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    • George Wright

      Thank you for the kind words. Here are a couple thoughts….
      -find a time of day that you are at your best. some people its morning and others evening.
      -meditation, exercise and/or good music always seem to help me.
      -blocking out a day is always best because its tough to just “get in the mood”
      Also, I recommend blocking a consistent time to write because you can’t force the thoughts, but if you schedule time and space for them you will be surprised how your mind starts to look forward to the time to think.


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