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I would visualize things coming to me. It would just make me feel better. Visualization works if you work hard. That's the thing. You can't just visualize and go eat a sandwich.
Jim Carrey

"17 seconds of focused pleasureable visualization is stronger than 2000 hours of working to obtain a goal"
Esther Hicks

We become what we think about all day long".
Ralph Waldo Emerson, philosopher

"Before every shot, I go to the movies"
Jack Nicklaus

You have to visualize a second or two ahead of your car what line you are taking, what you are going to do, before you get there because it comes too fast.
Emerson Fittipaldi

"Creative visualization is a great tool for losing weight. By visualizing your body as you want it to be, you induce your subconscious mind to shape your body to look as close to your mental image as possible."
Remez Sasson

You must begin to think of yourself as becoming the person you want to be.
David Viscott

"Visualization is something I use to calm my nerves. I did something like that before, but when I came to Oregon State they really helped me hone in on those skills of actually picturing the bar routine, the movement and think the exact same thoughts you would be doing it. That makes me more prepared and confident when I compete."
Makayla Stambaugh

You have to visualize a second or two ahead of your car what line you are taking, what you are going to do, before you get there because it comes too fast.
Emerson Fittipaldi

“I used a lot of visualization in terms of who I would be guarding and who would be guarding me. When I was walking down the street for, say, lunch, I’d imagine those individuals in front of me. I’d imagine going around them.
Isaiah Thomas

I have a system of ridding my mind of negative thoughts. I visualize myself writing them down on a piece of paper. Then I imagine myself crumpling up the paper, lighting it on fire, and burning it to a crisp.
Bruce Lee

"Some guys need to see things on a grease board, ... I like when you can see it in your mind. And that's what Marvin does, too. He visualizes. He sees things in his mind so well."
Peyton Manning

Two things help me be a winner.  One is I try to stay on an even keel.  I don't get too high or too low.  Two is I do a lot of visualization.   I never see a bad pitch.  I always see a good one.
Ila Borders, first woman
starting pitcher in a men's professional baseball.

When I go to the press conference before the game, in my mind the game has already started.
Jose Mourinho

"I have been visualizing myself every night for the past four years standing on the podium having the gold placed around my neck."
Megan Quann

"Visualization is something I use to calm my nerves. I did something like that before, but when I came to Oregon State they really helped me hone in on those skills of actually picturing the bar routine, the movement and think the exact same thoughts you would be doing it. That makes me more prepared and confident when I compete."
Makayla Stambaugh

"When I’d get tired and want to stop, I’d wonder what my next opponent was doing.  I’d wonder if he was still working out.  I tried to visualize him.  When I could see him still working, I’d start pushing myself.  When I could see him in the shower, I’d push myself harder".
Dan Gable

"Visualization lets you concentrate on all the positive aspects of your game."
Curtis Strange

"I had a clear vision of myself winning the Mr. Universe contest. It was a very spiritual thing, in a way, because I had such faith in the route, the path, that there was never a question in my mind that I would make it."
Arnold Schwartzenegger

The man who has no imagination has no wings.
Muhammad Ali

I train myself mentally with visualization. The morning of a tournament, before I put my feet on the floor, I visualize myself making perfect runs with emphasis on technique, all the way through to what my personal best is in practice.... The more you work with this type of visualization, especially when you do it on a day-to-day basis, you'll actually begin to feel your muscles contracting at the appropriate times.
Camille Duvall

“I used a lot of visualization in terms of who I would be guarding and who would be guarding me. When I was walking down the street for, say, lunch, I’d imagine those individuals in front of me. I’d imagine going around them.
Isaiah Thomas

Mentally imagine you are buying the business or applying for the job that will earn your fortune. Review each step you'd take, the obstacles you might meet, the difficulties you would meet. Continue imagining each step until you mentally reach your wealth goal. Tyler G. Hicks

"Some guys need to see things on a grease board, ... I like when you can see it in your mind. And that's what Marvin does, too. He visualizes. He sees things in his mind so well."
Peyton Manning


I visualize things in my mind before I have to do them. It's like having a mental workshop.
Jack Youngblood

"Often I visualize a quicker, like almost a ghost runner, ahead of me with a quicker stride. It's really crazy. In races, this always happens to me. I see the vision of a runner ahead of me, maybe just 15, 20 meters ahead of me, and the cadence of that runner, which is actually me in the future, is a little quicker, so if I'm going (his rhythm/breathing), then my ghost runner, the vision of me, ahead of me, like opening up and just going for it, is quicker".
Gabe Jennings

Don't visualize beating the keeper, visualize destroying the keeper.
Steven Gerrard

"When I’d get tired and want to stop, I’d wonder what my next opponent was doing.  I’d wonder if he was still working out.  I tried to visualize him.  When I could see him still working, I’d start pushing myself.  When I could see him in the shower, I’d push myself harder".
Dan Gable

I imagine these two girls next to me every time single time I'm going over those hurdles in training.
Sally Pearson

 

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