Visualization is a respected tool in many fields, from business to medicine to sports to the arts. The most effective form of visualization is not a “mental movie screen.” It’s an inner simulation of outward reality that’s as realistic as possible: it includes not only sights, but also sounds, smells, sensations, even (and especially) feelings.
Visualization can help you be more effective on the job; it also will remodel your brain to work the way you want it to on a regular basis. Visualization also causes a perceptual shift, helping you recognize factors that can help bring about your desired outcome, but that you might not have noticed if the visualization had not opened you to them.
Below is a link to a guided audio visualization designed specifically to enhance effectiveness in the workplace. It builds on some of the research, principles, and techniques included in the seminar “Achieving Greater Effectiveness.” Practice it regularly, and as you do your work, try to align more and more of what you’re doing with your visualization — not only your workflow, but also your habits, perceptions, thoughts, words, attitudes, emotions, and interactions with other people. Regular visualization will rewire your brain and bring you to a new level of effectiveness.
Click here to play the MP3 file.