Creating a practice vision: Practice deliberately

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In prior articles, I gave advice on creating and writing a strong, compelling vision for your life and work. But crafting the vision is just the first step. Next you must figure out how to make your vision a reality.

In prior articles, I gave advice on creating and writing a strong, compelling vision for your life and work. But crafting the vision is just the first step. Next you must figure out how to make your vision a reality.

Begin by reading your vision twice daily without fail, in the morning upon rising and in the evening before bedtime. Post your vision at home, in your office, in your car, and wherever else it will remind and inspire you. Revisit your vision during the day to motivate yourself to achieve it.

When you keep your vision front and center, you'll naturally incorporate it into your life and work. A compelling vision that you really believe in will give you the motivation you need to design a practice that fulfills and empowers you.

Once you've developed a clear and inspiring vision for your practice, you'll be ready to tackle other areas of your life, describing your relationships, health, wealth, hobbies, family, and personal and spiritual development. Don't just make do with whatever life throws your way. Decide what your life and practice will be like. Then gather your courage and make it happen. Decide today to live boldly, with passion and purpose.

Joseph S. Rubino is the CEO of The Center For Personal Reinvention, an organization that offers personal coaching and conducts courses to enhance personal effectiveness and productivity.

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