Pops 11: Flashdance... What A Feeling by Irene Cara

Oct 26, 2013 · 2 min read

Pops 11: Flashdance... What A Feeling by Irene Cara -- the tasselflower blog

"Visualize your way into success!" Oh, yuck! Go home, Paulo Coelho!

Although vision boards or writing down where you want to be in next five years may sound silly, I think there's something about it.

There's a study that suggest positive fantasies actually make you too relaxed to achieve your goals. My personal experience is that high blood pressure and being anything but relaxed blocks you from getting anything done.

When you are relaxed and have a clear vision of where to go, you'll be more likely to find there than if you are anxious and don't have a clue of your target. Don't you think?

It's not magic. It's sort of planning and following the plan.

Very serious business people write down their (business) goals, how much money they want to make and what is the purpose of what they do. They don't call it visualization or dreaming, they call it planning.

However even the very serious business people don't know the future. They don't know if their business is going to thrive. They don't know if they are going to get that loan or if the customers are going to buy their products. They write down the ideal situation and start to work towards it.

Whether you are searching for your passion, starting a (very serious) business or trying to succeed in any other way, it's time to stop and plan, visualize, dream.

"Take your passion and make it happen."

Flashdance... What A Feeling (1983) by Irene Cara.

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