To Prioritize or Not to Prioritize… That is the Question
While holding great visions is quite useful, holding visions that conflict with one another can keep us from manifesting any one of those visions.
Visionaries often share a natural talent for holding many visions. And while holding great visions is quite critical in the creative process, holding visions that conflict with one another can create bottlenecks in our ability to manifest any one of those particular visions. When you’re looking towards embarking on a new venture, it’s important to do an inventory check on your current list of visions and prioritize where this new venture fits into the bigger bag of desires.
Far too often visionaries launch ventures in the midst of giving energy to other major life changes (such as getting married, getting divorced, having children, moving or even facing major health challenges). The energy, focus and time required to successfully build any venture will not (and cannot) simply fit between the other priorities of your life. This is not to say that you must prioritize your venture over your family or health. Rather, it simply means you must always assess your priorities and be honest with how much energy you can realistically invest in your venture. Clarity from the start will allow you to define achievable goals and avoid the trap of over or under-estimating time milestones for your venture.
As a powerful visionary, be realistic in your multiple visions (and the priorities in your visions) and you will find the path that is best aligned for you.