Walter “Sweetness” Payton – “Vivid Visualization” – of Football NFL Chicago Bears Number 34 Hall of Fame Super Bowl Champion

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⚠️Vivid Visualization: Never Die Easy⚠️

Walter Payton, Hall-of-Famer, was once asked, ‘How did you manage to gain more than 15,000 yards in your career and surpass every seemingly Impossible rushing mark in the process?”

He crisply replied, “When I started out, I knew Where I Wanted To Go and what I had to do to get there. I painted a Vivid Picture in my Mind of all the Goals I wanted to accomplish and simply set about The Task of Achieving them One By One.”

Payton went on to say that he even “Heard” the cheering crowds in Great Detail in his Mind.

He also Mentally Pictured award ceremonies, complete with sportswriters and guests, down to even the style and brilliance of his Super Bowl Championship Ring that he would wear so proudly — years before it ever happened!

The quality of your Visualization in your Inner World will determine how Quickly you will create results in your Outer World.

Since most people are relatively un-aware of the Power of Visualization, they give little consideration to what they actually Envision.

Visualization is a technique many top athletes like Payton use to prepare for their goals.

Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton eventually became the all time leading rusher in the NFL.

Hall of Fame NFL player and coach, Mike Ditka, described Payton as the greatest football player he had ever seen — and the greatest human being he had ever known. Payton’s incredible work ethic and Humility earned him the respect of players and fans everywhere.

Payton had a 5-feet-10-inch, 200-pound frame and worked out every day, even in the off-season.

He was acrobatic and quick but Not Fast, so he developed his signature “stutter-step” to help break runs and give him The Edge on his opponents.

He did not believe in running out of bounds, and maintained a “Never Die Easy” Mentality.

“Never Die Easy. Why run out of bounds and die easy? Make that linebacker pay. It carries into all facets of your life. It’s okay to lose, to die, but don’t die without trying, without giving it your best” said Payton.

Walter fought for every extra yard he could and it would often pay off and lead to a touchdown. He always went above expectations and his attitude to rise above Inspired Millions.

Again, Payton visualized the cheering of the crowd during the Super Bowl, the game, and even what the championship ring would look like.

Visualization is an effective way of producing a Mental Edge, and allowed him to find his Authentic Strengths specific to who he was: through Vivid Visualization.


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