Have you ever heard the saying, "imagination is the preview of life's coming attractions." I have and I believe it. There have been many times in my life where I have thought, wished, fixated, obsessed, etc. on something and darn, the hell if it did not happen. Powerful stuff. Imagination has no prejudism. In my personal sales putting positive imagination to work is healthy. Doing the footwork and then imagining closing the deal is healthy. Why not use my positive imagination to bring things to the forefront? If I believe that something positive is going to happen then I am attracting it to me. I put it out there in my imagination and work my plan A. I displace worry, which is anticipating a negative outcome with positive imagination, a preview of life's coming attractions. As I walk through my selling day, it can be tough to stay laser focused. So many things going on and so many critical deliverables on my plate at any given time. Day or night. So at times my mind will wonder. That is when I come back to my positive imagination. Remember it is key for me to keep my imagination positive. NO, NO, NO on the negative imagination. If negative, I come to a screeching halt and get my mind off of those toxic thoughts. This is a simple exercise for me but one that I am diligent in carrying out. Why? Because positive imagination promotes healthy thoughts within my mind. My healthy thoughts generate mental energy. I use this burst of mental energy to work on selling strategies. Out with the worry, in with the positive imagination. I want to thank my buddy for sharing this sales pearl of wisdom. It works and it's healthy. Do what you can and pray for what you cannot yet do. Put that imagination to work. Wear it out. Do you allow your mind to recklessly wander into thoughts that are an absolute waste of time and typically are focused around worry? If so immediately replace worry with positive imagination and watch out!
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