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Great people have always been people with visions. They have come, they have seen and they have conquered. It is the “seeing‟ part that we recognize as visions. These are the parts that are useful to us.

Envisioning has various aspects to it. One of the chief aspects is that it has to be within the realms of achievable reality.

But what defines „achievable reality‟? Do you only build visions within your possible means? How, then, do people achieve the impossible? How do they go ahead of what their peers and predecessors have achieved?

Find out the answers here, and more.

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Developing Powerful Vision And Inspiring People With Them

Great people have always been people with visions. They have come, they have seen and they have conquered. It is the “seeing‟ part that we recognize as visions. These are the parts that are useful to us.

Envisioning has various aspects to it. One of the chief aspects is that it has to be within the realms of achievable reality.

But what defines „achievable reality‟? Do you only build visions within your possible means? How, then, do people achieve the impossible? How do they go ahead of what their peers and predecessors have achieved?

Find out the answers here, and more.

 

Summary
When you make a vision, the first thought that comes in your mind is whether that vision would be realizable or not. Here we find some answers to what realizable actually means.

 

Visions that Work – Realizable Visions
“Vision is the art of seeing what‟s invisible to others.”
Jonathan Swift

Most people are quite limited in their mental resources. No, we are not demeaning anyone here, but that is the way we have been conditioned to think. Our parents, our schoolteachers, our bosses, etc. everyone tells us to think within the realms of possibility. But what does the „realm of possibility‟ actually involve? For most people, it refers to what is known, what is seen and what is already achieved. We are told to move within that perimeter. We are told we cannot go beyond that. And that is why, when we make our goals early on in life, we don’t do anything else but just emulate other people. Our goals are simply what other people have already achieved.

Does any child make a goal about being a discoverer of a new scientific breakthrough? Does anyone tell that they would bring a new invention in the world and make that into a multibillion dollar business? Does anyone set goals that are beyond the achievements that others have already made?

The answer is a staunch negative. Our goals are the commonplace things – we want to become doctors, software engineers, astronauts, pilots, sports people, etc.
We don‟t want to run beyond the conventional. The people around us force us to stay within conventional limits.

When we are brought up in that manner, our natural mental progresses are stifled. As babies we are inquisitive about everything around us, but as we grow this natural inquisitiveness withers away. But that is really quite detrimental to human progresses. If the great discoverers and inventors had all left their
curiosities in their childhood, they would not have made the world what it is in our present age.

Where is all this leading? This is pertinent to us, because it is the way we condition our minds that limits our visions. When we make our visions in life, we
stay within the „realms of possibility‟ and don‟t dare think beyond that. For us, only those things are realizable that others have already done.

But hasn‟t history shown time and again that humans have broken the barriers of existing norms and methods and gone beyond? It is quite possible for us to do the
same as well.

Hence, the term „realizable‟ is quite relative. But if we were to apply that in a general context, „realizable‟ would mean „limitless‟. We shouldn‟t limit our
thoughts. Just because someone else hasn‟t achieved something yet, it doesn’t mean that we won‟t be able to achieve it too.

We have to bear that in mind when are establishing our visions in life. Nothing is impossible for the human mind; nothing is unattainable, nothing is unrealizable.

 

Table Of Contents
Chapter 1:
Visions that Work – Realizable Visions
Chapter 2:
Building Your Vision – What Would You Need?
Chapter 3:
Passionate Thinking Vs Rational Thinking
Chapter 4:
Taking Your First Strides toward Reaching Your Goals
Chapter 5:
Getting People to Envision with You
Chapter 6:
Like Noah to Your People
Chapter 7:
The Roadblocks and the Cynics
Chapter 8:
From a Visionary to a Leader
Chapter 9:
Reaching Your Goals – Does Your Vision End there?
Chapter 10:
Visions 2.0 – New Trends for the New Millennium

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