By J. Jean Robertson
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Keep visualizing. Now you’re thinking about getting dressed that morning. Keep going. Remember hearing the alarm buzzing and how you just couldn’t wait to get up to go to work. Keep visualizing in reverse. Hear your cell phone ringing and remember the feeling you had when the voice at the other end told you that you got the job. Go back and visualize the feeling that you had waiting for that call. Visualize the thank-you note you wrote to the human resources director. See the letter in your mind.
Got the picture? That’s visualization! No matter what you want to do, you can visualize it to help make it happen. Visualize your career working as a set designer, a costume designer, or a prop person. Visualize yourself getting a job in the administrative end of a symphony. See yourself going for the interview, getting the job, and then sitting at your desk. Visualize speaking to coworkers, going to meetings, and doing your work. The more details you can put into your visualization, the better.
Post seemed impressed that I had put together a sample Web site; he said most people wouldn’t take the time to do something like that before they got a job; he also seemed interested in my portfolio; the only thing that bothered me was that I didn’t know the specific computer program they used; he said he was conducting interviews for the next week and would get back to me one way or another in a couple of weeks. Extra actions: Wrote note thanking Mr. Post for interview. Results: 3/19—Mr. Post called.