Before I really got into the field of self-improvement, I use to daydream. A LOT. What I didn't realize back then and what I know now, is that my daydreams were an amateur form of visioning. I would create an image in my mind and imagine a story to go with it. I could replay the same story in my mind for weeks and months on end. My daydreams never came true and would usually fade and be replaced with a new daydream.
As an adult, I read about the power of creating an intentional vision. As a child, my daydreams had no focus nor purpose. As an adult, when I create a vision it is very intentional. Many people create vision boards and while I have a couple of those propped in the corner of my room, I tend to rely on the vision I create in my mind. Watch the video below to see why I believe in the power of creating a vision and how I create mine.
Have you ever created a vision board? Or create a vision in your mind that you focus on and think about daily? Share with us below!