What we can learn from Susie Crippen, who used visualization to quit her waitressing job, get out of debt, and build a jeans empire
For the entrepreneurial underdog, day dreaming with your eyes open can hold the key to realizing the seemingly unachieveable.
Your mind actually has a hard time distinguishing things you are doing now from actions you anticipate and memories of the past. That’s why visualization is so powerful. As you visualize yourself accomplishing a goal, your brain can’t really tell if you’re remembering something you’ve already done or planning for something you will do.
When our mind believes we’ve achieved something desirable, the brain experiences a release of dopamine. That not only motivates us, but can trigger the side of the brain that learns from repetition