Believe It to See It
"Pics or it didn't happen" is something that's popularized by the millennials in the last few years. We oftentimes want to see something to believe it, but for someone who's working toward their vision or dreams, we need to change things up a bit. "See it to believe it" is no longer applicable in this case, but "believe it to see it" does.
Many of us are not content with the mundane life doing the day-to-day things, but finding a vision or purpose is also not an easy task (a worthy one, though). If you have a vision or purpose for your life, congratulations, because you've reached a point many have yet to achieve. The Wright brothers visualized flying an airplane back in the early 1900's, and they dedicated their lives to working toward this dream they had yet to see with their eyes. They believed that it would work, and they took actions to start realizing the dream and making it a reality. Had they only had a dream but not believing in it completely, it would've been just a dream. It's the same for the entrepreneurs, inventors, and leaders in us; much faith is required. We need to first believe these visions, and then we work hard so one day we see it with our own eyes.
Here at Perfect Perch, we've been reading the book "Visioneering" by Andy Stanley, and we're learning lots during this time. "Visioneering" - the process of finding inspiration, being convicted to it, taking actions, persevering through issues, and finally completing the vision. The team here at Perfect Perch has a vision of finding the best products to align the body and the mind, so we all can maximize our lives, and this is what we'll continue working on. We believe in the vision, and we do whatever it costs to make it happen. What's your vision, and how hard are you willing to work to make it happen?