Your Vision

Your Vision

by Jesse L. Leyva, Outlaw Fit Camp 940.497.6002

by Jesse J. Leyva, Outlaw Fit Camp 940.497.6002

Well, I’m hoping everyone is off to a good start to the New Year. I’m also hoping a few of you took to heart the last article about resolutions and goal setting because this ties right into that.

Vision…. as the best-selling author and speaker Myles Munroe once said: “Sight is a function of the eyes, but vision is a function of the heart.” When people don’t have a vision, they live by their eyes.
That means you only live by what you see in front of you, not necessarily what you visualize for yourself.

Your vision needs to be crystal clear and as detailed as possible in order for it to become a reality.

You don’t just say: “I want to lose weight and fit into a size ? pants.” Ok, how?

Your vision needs to be crystal clear and detailed down to the wire. For example: to be in a size ? pant you’re going to need to know how many pounds you need to lose in order to fit into those pants. You need to know how many pounds per week to expect to lose, and how many weeks it will take to lose them. Then, do you have the means to get there? Fitness facility, financial means, etc..?

Ask yourself, do I know what I’m doing in order to get to my vision? If not, do I contact a personal trainer, gym, boot camp, dietician/nutritionist, etc….? How much will it cost and what do I need to
do to start?

Now once you have the answers to some of these questions, you will start to see that this vision you had for yourself is now slowly becoming a reality for you. You are now getting the visual & mental clarity that you need to accomplish this great goal you set out for.

So remember,
Clarity Of Purpose: what exactly is it that you want?
Clarity Of Vision: what do I need to do to get to my goal?
Clarity Of Your Path: now that I know what I need to do to get there, define what comes first?

Do not fear criticism or failure but look forward to conquering and defeating your fears! Become healthy obsessed with your outcome, YOUR VISION!

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