I’m seeing it.
I’m seeing it.
The images of where I intend to be, specific details popping into my head. It’s nagging me, consistently tapping me to remind me that it’s there, & I like it. It keeps me on track, it motivates me to push through. I don’t set out to follow one path and stay in the same place, that’s not my goal. There are a number of different places one the map that I intend to visit. If I can follow one path, make it, and succeed there, then it becomes easier to travel to a different destination and see if I can succeed there as well. My vision is my incentive. Seeing it in my head over and over is one thing, but seeing it in front of me and physically grasping it is something else entirely. This is what I want. This is the force behind all of my actions.
With every action I get one step closer. I see myself showing others the visions in my head, encouraging new ways of thinking, help others achieve their goals & make sure the new generation doesn’t feel like they’re limited. I can go on and on with my plans but the point I want to make is that I know these goals will be achieved because my vision will not allow me to think otherwise. We’re attached, inseparable, it will keep persisting until its satisfied. Progression is the only thing allowed for me, and I know my vision will keep me on track.
What is your vision? How do you see yourself progressing forward? Please feel free to share, I’d love to hear what you have to say! Also be sure to subscribe to The Wingfield Blog.
Side note: I’m a supporter of creativity, especially when it moves me in a special way, & lately I’ve been promoting Facets Books Kickstarter campaign by graphic artist Justin Maller like crazy, his works are very creative and simply amazing! The campaign will end soon so if you would like to see his work, visit http://www.facets.la or http://www.justinmaller.com and if you would also like to check out his campaign and/or contribute, visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/justinmaller/facets-book, a share or contribution is much appreciated.
Thank You for listening,
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