Key into Celebrity Success!
The practice of visualization is well known to celebrities, actors,
musicians and athletes! For years, celebrities, top business people
and athletes have used this empowering technique to help them achieve
their goals and visions propelling them to where they are today!
||"I always knew I was destined for greatness."
- Oprah Winfrey
"The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life
of your dreams."
- Oprah Winfrey
||Michael Jordan used visualization
to become arguably the greatest basketball player in history.
||Jack Nicklaus has won a record
18 professional majors and is considered the best golfer in history.
He has described how he used visualization extensively to help
him prepare and win at golf.
Tiger Woods was
taught how to use visualization and imagery when he was a boy
by his father, Earl. Tiger visualizes exactly where he wants
the golf ball to go.
Tiger Woods uses visualization to become one of the best, if not the
best, golfer in the world today.
In 1998, baseball player Mark
McGwire broke the single-season home run record by
hitting 70, a feat he says was achieved through visualization,
as told to The New York Times.
||Olympic champions Carl
Lewis and Greg Louganis used visualization
to great success. Lewis, a track and field athlete who won
10 Olympic medals (9 of them gold), says that he always visualized
himself winning the race. Louganis, a gold medalist diver,
used visualization before each dive to perfect his technique.
five time Mr. Universe, four-time Mr. Olympia has not only used
visualization for athletic success but also credits it for his
success as a movie star:"When I was very young I visualized
myself being and having what it was I wanted. Mentally I never
had any doubts about it. The mind is really so incredible. Before
I won my first Mr. Universe title, I walked around the tournament
like I owned it. The titles was already mine. I had won it so many
times in my mind that there was no doubt I would win it. Then when
I moved on to the movies, the same thing. I visualized myself being
a famous actor and earning big money. I could feel and taste success.
I just knew it would all happen."Visualization can
practically replace physical practice. Arnold Schwarzenegger
used the power of his imagination to become Mr. Olympia 6 times,
to become a movie superstar, to become a successful business man,
and to become governor of California.
“He has great vision, and he’s a good enough perimeter shooter. He’s
very competitive and he’s a good passer. Good passers with a playmaker
mentality are hard to come by. He has all of those qualities.”
—Former NBA coach Jack Ramsay
One of his strengths is his court vision.
Steve always sees the open man and gets him the ball for a
good look. When he drives the lane, he’s more likely
to pass than shoot. He’s at his best on the break, when
his decisiveness and creativity are most evident.