How Can I Make Visualization Work?
A problem many people face when starting to learn how to visualize is that they keep changing their goal before it is achieved.
This is bad because success attracts success, while failure attracts failure. When you have a successful experience, it is easier for your mind to bring more of such experience to you. But if you keep having unsuccessful experiences when you visualize, you will naturally begin to believe you cannot make visualization work for you.
Constantly changing what you visualize, or changing your goals, causes your confidence in visualization and yourself to sink because you are NOT achieving. And the more you fail to achieve your goals, the worse you will feel about your potential for success. Eventually visualization will be seen as an unrewarding waste of time — instead of the powerful success-creating method it can be.