See things as you would have them be instead of as they are.

See yourself confronting your fears in your mind's eye and handling those fears like a champ.

Try out your ideas by visualizing them in action.

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

The whole idea is to enable you to see mentally the picture at all hours of the day.

An attempt at visualizing the Fourth Dimension: Take a point, stretch it into a line, curl it into a circle, twist it into a sphere, and punch through the sphere.

Nimble thought can jump both sea and land.

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

I'm a very driven, ambitious, positive person.

But I'm a spiritual person as well. I believe in creative visualization. So for me to go to America - which I find such a positive place - well, I took to it like a duck to water.

Surely there is grandeur in knowing that in the realm of thought, at least, you are without a chain; that you have the right to explore all heights and depth; that there are no walls nor fences, nor prohibited places, nor sacred corners in all the vast expanse of thought...

Developing a prototype early is the number one goal for our designers, or anyone else who has an idea, for that matter. We don't trust it until we can see it and feel it.

Great athletes train their minds as well as their bodies.

There are various mental conditioning techniques many use when preparing for an event. Perhaps the best known technique is visualization, creating a mental image not only of the desired result (the gold medal, a new world record, a hole-in-one), but also of every move that will be taken en route to the ultimate goal.

You must see your goals clearly and specifically before you can set out for them. Hold them in your mind until they become second nature.

Ordinary people believe only in the possible.

Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see it as possible.

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.

I've discovered that numerous peak performers use the skill of mental rehearsal of visualization. They mentally run through important events before they happen.

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.

My method is different. I do not rush into actual work. When I get a new idea, I start at once building it up in my imagination, and make improvements and operate the device in my mind. When I have gone so far as to embody everything in my invention, every possible improvement I can think of, and when I see no fault anywhere, I put into concrete form the final product of my brain.

You place [my work] in an art museum, it becomes a sculpture;

you place it in a science museum, it becomes a three-dimensional visualization of data; you place it in a music hall, it all of a sudden becomes a musical score.

I am a big believer in visualization.

I run through my races mentally so that I feel even more prepared.

Visualization is daydreaming with a purpose.

There are some people, by the way, that associate a certain amount of visualization with the performance of music. Those are people that really are not centrally concerned only with music, the traditional things.

There is great power in visualization; to define yourself.

I always teach myself calm and visualization stuff.