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“If you can visualise it, you can materialise it.”
 – Samson yung-Abu  

Why do I need to visualise my goals?

What a great question to start off with. If you can visualise your goal, it gives you an idea of what resources you might need, the form it might take, and the time you might need to set to achieve it. 

Is it hard to visualise a goal?

No. The beauty of visualisation is that you don’t need to be an expert in visualising something you want. If you want it, you already know it. If you prefer an enhanced form of your goal, then you can take it further. There are plenty of examples all around you, and if you look around you and you can’t find them, do a quick google search, and you will get an exact picture of your visualised goal. 

Okay, sounds good?

While things can change from one minute to another, having a sort of predictable processes in place is nevertheless essential. It gives you enough to work with.

Visualisation is the first stage of any goal. The truth is, the likelihood of you achieving any goal or dream is based on how clear you can visualise that goal. This is the first stage of materialisation. To produce something, you have to have some blueprint for it. It gives you a foundation to base your work on, and by visualising your goal, you inevitably develop a protocol in your mind of the actual finish product in its physical form before the physical process even begins. This provides you with some knowledge of what type of resources you might need for the work. You can’t start a project without understanding the form it will be taking. 

Let your goals become your best distraction 

No matter the circumstance, make your goal a daily aspect of your life. A good goal is one that is written down or sketched out of your mind and onto some form of a notebook, so each day you wake up, you can go through it before anything else. This action primes your brain ready for the day and allows you to add anything new or adjust something old from your goal. Each goal is a work in progress, and If you think about it every day and work with it daily, it is going to happen one day.


Yes. Imagine that you wish to lose weight. Okay, is this broad? Yes. Okay, what can I do? Narrow it down to specifics, so it becomes easier to achieve (visualise it). Okay? Yes. Now imagine that you can visualise yourself losing10 pounds. Now we have something concrete to work with, something of a destination.

Or you might have a dress you want to fit into for an occasion, and you are determined to fit into it. Now the dress becomes some form of visual to work with, and now you can visualise yourself in it. This again is an example of visualising a goal before you embark on it, it gives you some sort of excitement as to what to expect at the end of it. 

Another example is a dream job or a dream house: these are concrete forms of goals where visualisation makes them achievable. 

Any benefits of visualising goals? 

Yes, certainly!

Visualisation of a goal keeps you determined, seriously focused on the details, and helps keep you on the right track.

Visualisation of a goal gives you a feeling of expectation and excitement.

Visualisation of a goal serves as a measuring tool to measure your progress from what you have produced so far. 

Visualisation of a goal keeps inspires you and encourages you to do more.

Visualisation of a goal gives you an image of what resources are needed. 

Visualisation of a goal gives you a head start before you start.

Good luck with your goals. 

Samson Yung-Abu 


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