You Can’t Say Can’t, Here

This video has an interesting message and is another great example of how VISION and the ability to visualize is so important that it influences our successes and failures in life!

Having the ability to visualize something allows one to bring that thought to fruition and implies a lot about the power of positive thinking. Studies show that success increases dramatically simply by thinking and visualizing yourself doing the task correctly.

It’s especially important for athletes to visualize themselves: hitting the homerun, making the game winning basket, kicking or slapping the ball in the goal, making that final putt, or acing that serve.

We have one rule in the vision therapy room and that is:
We never say “I can’t”, we say “I can try”.

The message from the video below reinforces the importance of eliminating the words “I can’t” from your vocabulary if you expect to be successful in life.

“What we SEE is a reflection of what we believe.” This is true in vision therapy, in school, in sports, and in life. Not all people have the ability to visualize things.

Vision Therapy not only improves eye movements, eye focusing, eye teaming, eye tracking, hand-eye coordination, reading comprehension, math skills, and athletic skills, it teaches you how to visualize things in order to be successful at life!

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