There are so many new and exciting innovations in the world. Over Christmas I explored a few AI tools, to bring to life thoughts and metaphors. I’m really curious as to how these will evolve this year.
Exploring these tools was so much fun. Because it helped me to say how others – including technology – interpreted my metaphor as how I was describing it. When you magically see it come to life, it really does make you think and feel a little differently – particularly if you are an overthinker and overanalyser like me!
The power of a vision is just that – powerful. It can help you get out of bed in the morning, keep aligned with your path, help you answer the questions you receive, and build teams, brands and businesses.
Steve Jobs said, “If you are working on something exciting that you really care about, you don’t have to be pushed, the vision pulls you.”
If you don’t have a vision for your life, the truth is you are likely to be pulled along by someone else’s or the organisation you work for.
Now your vision could be your family, work/life integration, a promotion, a product, or a business you want to bring into this world – what it is doesn’t matter. What matters is bringing it to your consciousness to enable you to take intentional steps, mostly little, occasionally a stride.
It takes effort.
It’s not instant.
But it is transformational and moves you forward.
I’m a recovering overachiever and overanalyser, yet I aim to live by Steve Jobs’s quote. I know how powerful visions, connecting the dots, intersections, and metaphors are.
And I’d love to help you do this.
I’m offering Envision – a one-off one-hour session in January to help you bring your vision to life. It will help you take the decisions that fill you will energy, save you time, and bring alignment to your consciousness. If you are ready, book directly via the link.
Alongside this, you can download your free 2023 Future Planner here. It will download automatically when you click the link, and you can fill it in electronically.
If you have any questions about Envision or are stuck with the Future Planner, please get in touch.
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