Chicago Vision Shares 3 Strategies To Persevere/Stay Ahead

Chicago Vision Shares 3 Strategies To Persevere/Stay Ahead

Chicago Vision Shares 3 Strategies To Persevere/Stay Ahead

Tom Hopkins said, ” I am not judged by the number of times I fail, but by the number of times I succeed: and the number of times I succeed is in direct proportion to the number of times I fail and keep trying.” For Chicago Vision, our main goal is to be persistent and always reach the furthest when staying on top. No one gets successful overnight and leaders aren’t at the top if they’re always behind. “Ultimate success and victory comes from staying consistent and being persistent throughout the entire journey,” says CEO of Chicago Vision. We firmly believe in a few strategies that have proven effective for us time and time again. We instill these into our mindset and would advise that other individuals can understand this as well.

Stay Realistic

Human beings are not programmed to be robots. We understand that pressure is a significant factor and reaching the top can be quite stressful. “This still doesn’t mean you burn yourself out and sleep one hour every night to reach what you want. Make sure you are healthy in achieving what you want just as much as you are working,” says CEO Mattew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.

Mistakes are Bound to Happen

“Mistakes help us learn from what we did wrong. The ideas and tasks that are not working, we modify them into seeing how they can be better,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Are you learning from your mistakes? Are you trying to fix what you previously did wrong? These are questions you should ask yourself when you make mistakes and adjust them.

Put Responsibilities First

Focus on the fundamental aspects first and do not worry about the results. When you put your entire focus as a priority on the tasks that matter as the most important, everything else will follow along. Many times individuals try to juggle everything at once, the primary factor in reaching or staying at the top happens by putting essential aspects on the top.

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Chicago Vision Shares Getting Into Self-Discipline Mode

Self-discipline is one of the most critical habits of a successful individual. The key is consistency if you want to produce results. “Hard work and effort are two things that go hand-in-hand. Without these two, self-discipline doesn’t occur naturally. Creating a bond between these two characteristics helps you to be someone that carries the concept of self-discipline within themselves,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. The most excellent leaders and business professionals have one thing in common: self-discipline. It is such a simple statement, but many times it is underrated, as well as taken for granted. There is no way that it will form without building healthy habits with consistency to help it develop naturally.


According to Success Magazine, “14 Ways to Improve Your Self-Discipline” the writer explains how an individual can harness the power of self-discipline through various tips. The article writes, “Sadly, your natural genius and an occasional burst of hard work are not quite enough to guarantee success in this life. Great entrepreneurs all have one additional amazing trait in common: discipline. It takes a lot of consistency and determination to get your great ideas recognized and to convert your hard work into dollars. It is ironic, then, that self-discipline is often a feature that the brightest people among us lack the most. The problem is that there are so many wonderful things to learn about the world; concentrating on any one project can be a big ask.” “Take a look at the best leaders and athletes of our time. They have to build a life around discipline; they eat, sleep and breath it. They work hard, and their success shows because they are mindful about consistency,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.


The two tips this article wrote about is to: Remove temptations and Schedule Breaks. Self-control is the best form of self-discipline. Stopping yourself from excessively eating something terrible, or doing something harmful to yourself. If you have a bad habit working on it will make sure you get self-discipline. Lastly, schedule breaks, treats, and rewards for yourself. “Self-discipline does not mean your new regimen needs to be completely cold turkey, hardcore, or drill sergeant-like in execution. In fact, giving yourself zero wiggle room often results in failures, disappointments, and giving into your old ways. While practicing self-control, schedule specific breaks, treats, and rewards for yourself. Dieting? Designate Saturday as ice cream sundae day.”


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Chicago Vision Shares: The Benefits of R&R

We’re hard working hustlers and motivated individuals at Chicago Vision. We’re always pushing our limits and challenging ourselves to reach our highest potential. Whether it’s learning a new skill or implementing and creating a new strategy, we’re always on top. “It’s because of our attitude and mindset that we reach any goal we set. 2018 for us will be around pushing barriers further and reach new heights. We’re excited for what is to come,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. With the hustle also comes a chance to take a break and unwind. Recently, business partners of the CEO Matthew Goodchild spent some time in the Bahamas, beating the cold and catching some sunlight.


“It’s important for everyone from time to time to relax for some R&R. It gives a chance to re-energize, clear the mind and open up your perspective to implement new ideas and strategies,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. In our industry, we’re grateful to be able to experience and relax in new environments. Due to the nature of our industry and clients being located in different areas, it is a huge advantage towards travel. It has become one of those things we’re used to and enjoy it. Even when it is for business, it becomes fun because we’ve developed that mindset of positivity.


“Most individuals dread travel. They find it tiring. It’s actually quite energizing for us. We always make sure to get some R&R in before we start on new projects and studies even show that new environments help give inspiration,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Research indicates that new environments and nature can give perspective, motivation, and inspiration towards implementing ideas. That is precisely the purpose of R&R, and we’ve enjoyed spending time with business partners in the Bahamas.

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Chicago Vision Shares 7 Quotes To Never Give Up on your Dreams

Giving up is something we don’t do at Chicago Vision. We believe in it. So much so that to ‘give up’ and back down from a situation does not exist for us. We embrace a challenge, and we implement that skill set into our daily life. “Going after your goals is the best feeling ever. But, if you’re ever thinking about giving up, don’t ever think on that. That is not how you will achieve your goals, and you could be giving up something amazing for your future,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision.

Our crew members always mention their dreams and speak about them with such passion and fire. That drive is what keeps anyone awake and alive, and it’s that passion that makes us want to be accomplished towards something in the first place. “There will always be uncertainty and anxiety, but by pushing forward and challenging yourself, you’ll get your dreams one day. But that’s only going to happen if you never give up,” states Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.We want to share some of our favorite quotes at Chicago Vision to keep you in the momentum and keep your dreams alive, always remember never to give in or up.

Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to learn.
– Pema Chödrön

“It always seems impossible until it’s done.”
―Nelson Mandela

Nothing in the world can take the place of perseverance. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost legendary. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Perseverance and determination alone are omnipotent.
– Calvin Coolidge

“Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.”
―Winston Churchill

“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”
―Dale Carnegie

“Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.”
―Harriet Beecher Stowe

Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.
– Earl Nightingale

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Chicago Vision Shares the Value of Aiming High

“Why is it important to aim high? Why does our mindset need to be set on the fact that we can do whatever we set our goals towards? It’s important to note that by reaching high, you’re allowing yourself to get a fair, full chance,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. There’s a lot of things you can do to make sure you are inspired enough to reach high. Aiming high is the first method when it comes to achieving any of your desires and goals. Having the confidence and ability to know that you’re capable of more should drive you towards success. At Chicago Vision, our goal is to carry ourselves at the ultimate highest aim. We’re proud of our accomplishments and know that there is a much higher length to be still reached.


“A great quality that people who tend to aim high have is the factor that they are passionate, hardworking and always yearning to grow. Growth is something that keeps us alive and for anyone to have this quality, is an exceptional factor,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.There are many types of people in this world; your job is to choose who you want to be. Do you want to be someone that is comfortable? Or do you want to be someone that is reaching the stars and reaching the highest?


With the New Year just around the corner, the choice is yours. Aiming high is something everyone should implement towards their lifestyle and professionalism. We at Chicago Vision know that our goal is to be amongst the stars and moon. We want to reach the highest and furthest because our aim is what defines us. Individuals that have a high target and see more for themselves know that it’s something extraordinary and we’d rather have people that push and try to be the best they can be, those make the best type of leaders.

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Chicago Vision Reflects Before 2018

Over the past few months, Chicago Vision has been proud to be taking over the industry. We know that we’re proud of our accomplishments and have new goals set in mind. There’s still so much we need to do and accomplish. “The new year is a time to look back on the previous year and see what you did, how you can better yourself and take steps to turn your dreams into reality,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. The idea that inspires us about the new year is that everyone has a common goal: to be better. The type of motivation and positivity that turns through the air is pretty extraordinary to watch. It’s like individuals that are strangers become friends because they have a common goal to themselves.


The new year also lets you focus on your professional goals. Do you have any in mind? Did you want to do something that made a difference in your life and those around you? This is the perfect time to start and revamp your lifestyle, careers, and methods on how you approach anything. “You can utilize different strategies that may even help you grow your motives and purpose towards your dreams,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. You have the power to do anything you set your mind to. Success stories are endless, and those that try tend to be on the top.


“All it takes is effort and realization to see that you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. It’s a significant effect, and it assures us that with hard work anything is possible. The new year, for us, is exciting and we know that our target and goals will be reached positivity. We want to tear down the walls of insecurities and understand that self-doubt is not an option. We are going to be fearless in the new year, and we will accomplish what we set our minds to at Chicago Vision.

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Chicago Vision Shares “5 Rules to Win the Game of Life”

According to Success Magazine’s article, “5 Rules to Win the Game Life” the writer Brendon Burchard writes about having a vision for yourself. When an individual envisions their future, there are some questions they should ask themselves. “Some of these questions may seem simple, but for some, it’s very hard to narrow down what the process is to achieve them. One thing you may want to ask yourself is ‘what are your dreams?’ or ‘what do you want from life — where do you see yourself going?’ these are the questions you can ask to help narrow down how you want to go about winning the game of life,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. We know that it’s very competitive out in the real world and there’s a bit of luck involved to actually make it to the top. However, that does not disregard the amount of work that goes into becoming someone that you are proud of and can look at when you pass 10 years into the future, and look back at yourself.


“The key to winning the game of life comes from focus and hard work. It’s about believing in yourself and having faith that your dreams/goals are worth it. If you don’t think they are worth it, no one else will,” mentions Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Burchard in relation to this key, writes “When you have that vision, dream, desire, you’re going to have fun on this journey, even when it sucks, even when it’s difficult, even when you’re dealing with someone you don’t like. Whatever you got, whatever you’re dealing with, just say, I’m going to bring the fun. I’m going to bring the joy into this situation proactively. I’m not going to wait for something to happen for me to have fun. Whatever way you enjoy life, whatever way that fun, joy, zest and enthusiasm sparks for you—make that happen.”


Another great rule to live by in life is being patient. “Patience is so underrated. Everyone says it, but no one actually does it. It takes a tremendous amount of patience, backed by action and persistence to push through,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Burchard says, “To be a learner, you have to have patience with yourself, but the critical element is that you have to be persistent. You’re allowing time to take place as you’re putting these things in, you’re allowing the universe to align with your desires, dreams and focus. You are also not stopping. You are persistent in your actions. It’s that peaceful warrior that you are working toward. You are fighting. You are struggling to move toward it, but at the exact same time, you’re cool.


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Chicago Vision Asks Do You Have Purpose?

“Purpose in whatever you do and aim for matters a lot. Whether it’s the smallest goal or your dream and career, purpose defines your actions and gears you towards the goal,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. According to an article by Steve Knox on Success Magazine, “If You’re Searching for Purpose, Ask Yourself These 5 Questions” the writer says, “We are all searching for a purpose, a career and a life that really matter. So if you feel stuck, trapped or hopeless—if you want more—ask yourself these five questions to get your life back on track.” He goes on to asking 5 strong questions that really help us determine the goal and if our purpose is worthwhile for us.


The first question Knox asks is, “Why am I here? Seriously. Right now, whatever coffee shop, classroom, cubicle or conference room you might be sitting in, why are you here? What brought me to this moment? Who you are becoming far outweighs who you are. If what you are doing today is not making you a better human being or the world a better place, you are probably on the wrong path.” At Chicago Vision, we instil a mindset that portrays how important clarity is. Clarity is one of the things that helps us focus in on what we want. Asking yourself “Why am I here,” makes you understand your circumstances and see what you can do to change it if you don’t like it.


The second important question that Knox gives us is, “What is my story? Stories are powerful, regardless of whether they are true. They give you a narrative to live by and life lessons to pass on, that shape and inform the person you are becoming. One of the reasons you might be experiencing unrest and frustration in life today is that you might not have a better story shaping your life. You need a heroic narrative. A story that calls out your best and highest self. A narrative that demands you bring your full attention, strength, and personality to the task at hand, creating a life of significance and substance.”


“These questions are really important and help you define what you want. You matter at the end of the day and if you’re not happy — do something about it? Finding purpose encompasses all things and once you do you’ll feel alive,” mentions Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Knox writes, “Your life is not your own. The world needs you to discover what makes you come alive and for you to use that in service to a cause bigger than yourself.”


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Chicago Vision Shares 7 Quotes To Inspire Positive Habits

“Only by building momentum and excellent will you be able to develop good habits and inspire yourself daily. At Chicago Vision, we appreciate good habits. They are what set individuals apart from the rest. Habits either make or break us and if anyone wants to be successful, their habits need to follow their mindset,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. In order to be successful or have victories, letting go of your bad habits is essential. For example, “Let’s say that you get up at 11 AM every day, this isn’t a very good habit because 1.) you’re missing breakfast and 2.) you’ve already wasted half of the day by just sleeping in when you could’ve probably done 5 things on your to-do list” explains Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.


No matter what you do, you must always remember that the best habits bring us health, wealth and success. “It’s a very subtle notion but powerful also. It’s something that keeps us on our feet and ready to go for work every day,” mentions Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Our crew at Chicago Vision has decided to share some of their positive habit quotes with you, in hope that you too can be inspired by them!


“Depending on what they are, our habits will either make us or break us. We become what we repeatedly do.” ―Sean Covey

“It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them.” ―Benjamin Franklin

“Our character is basically a composite of our habits. Because they are consistent, often unconscious patterns, they constantly, daily, express our character.” ―Stephen Covey

“I have learned that champions aren’t just born; champions can be made when they embrace and commit to life-changing positive habits.” ―Lewis Howes

“You leave old habits behind by starting out with the thought, ‘I release the need for this in my life.’ ” ―Wayne Dyer

“Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.” ―Vince Lombardi

“Habits are safer than rules; you don’t have to watch them. And you don’t have to keep them either. They keep you.” ―Frank Hall Crane


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Chicago Vision Offers Advice: Manage Energy More Than Time

“Time will always be an essential part of our lives. Everything runs on time, and we manage our time disregarding everything else in life,” says Matthew Goodchild, managing director of Chicago Vision. However, let’s take a moment to think about what would happen if we worked more with energy and quality, rather than time and deadlines? The main problem with working long hours is that time eventually time runs out, leaving us tired, drained and filled with a lack of life. Energy is a different matter though. To do well and be energized, we have to eat well, be well and our mind needs to follow with it. “At Chicago Vision, our representatives maintain quality over quantity when it comes to the work they perform. Everything is managed by doing it well, rather than doing it wrong just to get it done. We take pride in the fact that our clients can count on our credibility and quality because each person putting in the effort knows that the results will be exceptional,” mentions Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.


We analyzed different ways to keep energy and maintain our qualitative factor. “We realized that companies need to make sure the emphasis they are getting comes from people investing more in themselves to make sure that the motivation brings their ability to work every day,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision. Some ways to make sure you’re more energized could be as simple as completing work on time or sleeping earlier. Sleeping is the best way to energize yourself the next morning. The required amount of sleep that adults need is significant. We’re not able to get away with 4 hours, that’s a terrible move when it comes to getting energy. “Due to this, sleeping earlier is an effective way to gain energy,” says Matthew Goodchild of Chicago Vision.


By making simple rules for yourself and your well-being, you can easily see the difference of performance at work. When you’re happier and energized, you’re able to produce work that more qualitative rather than just seeing it as a task. The most straightforward factor to recognize in this comes from understanding that energy and self-care are essential for workers. You are human first, and by taking care of yourself, your company will benefit from it. Businesses invest in people but people should do their best to make sure they bring their A-game by being energized, and that’s only going to happen when you make some changes and become better than you were yesterday.

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