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September 20, 2007

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Valeria Maltoni

There are neurological studies that demonstrate the brain does not know the difference between real and visualized. The experience can be just as vivid at cellular level. Athletes have used visualization as part of their training for a long time. It's about time business starts stretching in that direction as well.

Karen Hegmann

I agree Valeria and thanks for your comment.

Visualization is an untapped resource that many businesses haven't taken advantage of yet.

It's not even a new concept. Communications experts and motivational "gurus" have been preaching the benefits for years...from Norman Vincent Peale, to Dale Carnegie - to numerous world leaders and company CEO's.

Whatever exists today in physical form, once started as an idea in someone's imagination.

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