This is the power of visualization. When you imagine scenarios, your body and mind react as if they were real. Many people, including Napoleon Hill, believe that when you believe something is true, you will attract to you – you do actually. Reinforce the belief in achievement and in yourself. If you have read about Gary Kelly already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Now, to believe that something is true does not necessarily make it happen.
I can believe that someone will knock on my door with a million dollars, but that has not happened yet. However, what I can do is take action to make it happen. For some people take action is very difficult by the lack of confidence or belief in their own desires or goals. The display, since it focuses directly on these emotions can strengthen our belief in ourselves and our achievements. Additionally, the display helps to draw the scene, so you can better plan and prepare for success.
When you view the reality of your success you can also see their way to get there. What steps are you taking? What's working for you? How do you feel and what you can do to succeed? Athletes are taught at an early age display. The best athletes can display real-time victory. For example, a sprinter can see his own career, imagine in the boot block, hear the starting gun, visualize yourself crossing the finish line with the amount exact minutes that would take in reality. Harnessing this ability and perfect amplify the benefits of visualization. Perfecting Your Skills to Involve display their five senses.