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Have you envisioned your “Gold Medal Moment?”

There were so many thrilling and inspiring moments in the 2012 London Olympics.  There were the six medals that Michael Phelps captured to be the most decorated Olympian ever, the smile and humility possessed by the 17 year old gold medal swimmer Missy Franklin, the redemption in USA women’s soccer and the miraculous story of double amputee Oscar Pistorius.  But, my favorite moment came during Judo, when 22 year old Kayla Harrison won the first ever gold medal in USA history.  During the first part of the video below Kayla describes how she had envisioned her gold medal moment every day before going to bed.

“Every night before I go to bed I visualize my entire day, the perfect day on August 2nd.  I go through my warm-up, I go through what I’ll eat for breakfast, I go through my weigh-ins, I go through each and every match and then I’m on top of the podium and seeing the American flag go up and hearing the national anthem.”

Have you ever envisioned your gold medal moment?  Is it the look on your face when you cross the finish line at your first 5k?  Is it the feeling you’ll possess when you mount a bike and ride with your grandchildren at the next family reunion?  Is it the joy you’d experience when you fit in to a smaller size?  Or, is it winning the battle of self-confidence over food?

I challenge you to create a detailed account of your “perfect day”, the one you’ve been longing for and start envisioning it every night.

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