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The Visualizing Technique

The Visualizing Technique

A lot of us were told to ignore what we feel and most of the time we do, but during times where we need to make big decisions whether it may be for our careers, family, or even for ourselves this visualization technique is extremly helpful.

  1. Set aside 20 minutes of quiet time to just breathe and give yourself a break.
  2. Visualize accepting offer A, how it feels a couple of months forward or a year in to that offer. How do you feel; and do the same for the other offer.
  3. Reflect upon your values; and
  4. Rank your values in order of importance.


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