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705 | How Long Can You Hold The Vision

Own Your Choices Own Your Life

Release Date: 05/17/2024

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In this episode, I want to share a few stories about holding the vision and how long you can hold the vision, no one can hold it for you, and no one can see it for you that it will make up for lack of belief in yourself.  “Dreams have no limits. Only in our commitment to fulfilling our dreams, do we realize our potential” ~ unknown. 


In this episode, we discuss: 

1)  The vision is for you because there is a future version of you who already has this vision, she is already holding it and already celebrating it, it is not an accident or a coincidence. You get to choose what you do with this vision. It is important to hold onto your vision so that you feel how you would feel in the present moment.  What do you see, what do you hear, what do you feel when you have what you are holding the vision of?  Hold the vision and trust the process

2)  Your subconscious mind will always strive to keep you safe and with what is familiar, so if you are striving for something new, expansive, and outside of your comfort zone, then you have to believe that you are safe to have it. For example, holding a program with 2 people when you want 10. 

 

3) Sharing the vision of my husband qualifying for the World’s Masters Weightlifting Championship in Finland in September, I have been holding this vision for months, not getting stuck in the how, and focusing on how will it feel, what will I see and hear when we are there. Every morning and night and sometimes multiple times a day. I have anchored it in and I can access that vision easily and effortlessly.  Hold the vision and trust the process

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Marsha Vanwynsberghe — NLP Storytelling Trainer, Author, Speaker, and Podcaster

Marsha is the 6-time Bestselling Author of “When She Stopped Asking Why”.  She shares her lessons as a parent who dealt with teen substance abuse that tore her family unit apart. Marsha has published 7xs, most recently with her co-platform, Every Body Holds A Story, and she is on a mission to continue to help women and men to speak, share, and publish their stories. 

Through her tools, OUTSPOKEN NLP certification, programs, coaching, and podcast, Marsha teaches the power of Radical Responsibility and Owning Your Choices in your own life.  She empowers people to heal and own their stories, be conscious leaders, and build platform businesses that create massive impact.