That’s why many, just brush it off; it’s not easy.
But the few who develop clarity and focus on their life’s vision, have a vision worth looking into.
Diane from Arizona joins us for today’s show.
Acting on a suggestion she picked up in the coaching, she took ownership of the creating vision idea and, acting in faith (because she didn’t quite see the value), plunged into the exercise.
Reluctant at first, she encouraged her two teenage sons to participate; turning this into a fun family activity, full of teachable moments. Not only did Diane engage their time, she engaged hearts.
Questions for reflection and discussion:
1) Would it add excitement to your process if others were involved?
2.a.) Strength and certainty come in numbers. How many people (family and friends) can you think of who can participate in this activity with you?
2.b.) Who is the one person you can call on that will support your dreams and partner with you?
2.c.) If you can’t think of anyone at the time, no problem; who can you serve as a mentor to and help to dream visualize a bigger, brighter future?