Abundance Creating Resources You Already Have
You already have all the resources you need to accomplish all the things you want to achieve. Sound too good to be true, doesn't it? Fact is, it is true. You do have all the resources you need. All of them. The questions are:
Let us take a look at a few of the resources you already have to accomplish all the things you want to achieve:
You have probably heard it before, or you may even have said it yourself. "Where there is no vision, the people perish".
In the absence of a compelling vision, people tend to be stuck in their present circumstances. They wallow in a 'comfort zone' and drift from self-pity to anxiety and anger. Where there is no vision people perish.
Vision is neither wishful thinking, nor is it an expression of hope or a modified form of day-dreaming.
Vision is the rare ability of standing in the future and looking at the past as it unfolded. While you are standing there, you make decisions from that 'future' (instead of from pressing present circumstances).
For some vision is the ability to outline a point of convergence related to their personal focus.
This means determining and acknowledging ahead of fact, the destination of one's efforts.
I suppose a plausible working definition should be: a portrayal of intended activities in vivid, clear crisp terms that capture human meaning and value.
This one consideration makes sure that the life you are pursuing derives from your own vision. It is to make sure that you are not pursuing someone else's vision of who you should become and where you should be.
It is a tragedy tha many people are living other people's visions. Hopefully you are not one of the many!
It is very easy to be engaged in activities that do not add any value to your life. Seeking to provide an answer to this question will help in rooting out 'idling' activities.
There are people who can drive your vision, just as ther are people whose visions you can impact. When you create your vision, think of the impact of your own vision on the visions of others.
Practical considerations when formulating a simple vision include asking:
For more complicated visioning there will be more involved procedures.
On the whole, the importance of vision as a resource lies in the fact that it acts as a beacon.
The second thing that you must do in order to meaningfully exploit this resource is to identify your value equivalents:
Unpacking skills refer to those skills you call on when you have to decide which skill is needed in which situation. Think about it! When you do an omelet, which skill do you need? When you are typing on a keyboard, which skill do you need? And when you ride a bicycle, which skill do you need?
This may seem trite, but there are certain skills you may want to be consciously competent in. That is, you will need to know exactly the things that you do when you execute the particular skill.
Okay, you do know what a map is and what it is used for. You also know that the map is not the territory. This is an imperative distinctive ability. Let me show you why.
Imagine you have in your hands a map of an area that you are quite familiar with. You look at the map, and you realize that a lot of what is evident about the area is not reflected in the map. How useful will that map be? To you? And to a total stranger?
Broadening your maps means being able to thoroughly understand the dimensions of your reality, being able to deconstruct those areas of your understanding that are no more relevant, useful or true. It is also means knowing how, where, and when to adjust or replace your maps.
Broadening your maps may ultimately mean developing the courage to discard useless and obsolete maps.
This is one distinctive ability that may mean the difference that makes the whole difference.
Mentors can be:
External difficulties refer to obstacles, hindrances and situations on the environmental level. The environmental level refers to the physical plane of performance. That is where the action is supposed to happen. It is filled with both constraints and opportunities.
Internal weaknesses refer to self-referencing inclinations that are self-sabotaging. These come in the form of
These internal weaknesses appear on the identity level of experience. They are about how you refer to yourself. They are the weaknesses that you refer to whenever you say: "I am stupid", "I am a donkey", I am mentally wounded", "I will never make it", "I am ..."
Let me table them quickly here for you
Ke o agile is an NLP Coach and editor of In TheZone (http://inthezone.port5.com), an NLP focused ezine that coaches you to create an abundant lifestyle through strategic goal setting, and motivation.
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