"Visualization" the Secret to 15 Olympic Gold Medals According to Michael Phelps and Mind Movies Co-Founder Natalie Ledwell

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Visualization is the Secret to 15 Olympic Gold Medals, According to Record-Setting Olympic Swimmer Michael Phelps, Who “Mentally Rehearses” the Perfect Swim Each Night Before He Goes to Sleep to Experience Feeling Victorious Before He Even Sets Foot in the Pool

Law of Attraction
Throughout my career, nobody has been able to stand in my way. Nobody is going to put a limit on what I'm doing.

Mental visualization is the secret to success for Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, who today became the most decorated Olympian in history with 19 Olympic medals. A record-breaking 15 of Phelps’ 19 medals are gold medals.

Despite some media speculation that he wouldn't be able to remain focused enough to break the Olympic record, Phelps continues to demonstrate that he knows what it takes to continuously beat the fastest, strongest and most disciplined swimmers in the world. And according to Phelps, his success stems from first visualizing himself winning each race before he even steps foot in the pool.

In fact, Phelps claims he's been visualizing since he was seven years old, watching what he calls "his videotape" of the perfect swim in his mind each night before going to sleep to mentally map out his ideal swim for the next day.

“I like to think of myself as a normal person who has a passion, has a goal and a dream and goes out and does it,” Phelps told The Daily Telegraph. “Throughout my career, nobody has been able to stand in my way. I have gone through ups and downs. Nobody is going to put a limit on what I'm doing. I’m going to do what I want to do, when I want to do it. That is how I have always worked. If I want something I am going to go and get it."

Law of Attraction guru Natalie Ledwell said that many athletes attribute their success to what they call ‘sports visualization.’ Olympic figure skater Randy Gardner and basketball star Michael Jordan have also credited their success to visualization, defined by Wikipedia as “the practice of seeking to affect the outer world by changing one's thoughts and expectations.”

"When people learn how to use visualization, they gain the ability to mentally condition themselves for unstoppable success all kinds of life events and goals, just like Michael Phelps,” said Ledwell. “Yes, you can use this for sports, but visualization has also proven extremely effective for goals around losing weight, earning more money and much more.”

A celebrated speaker and author, Ledwell is also the co-founder of San Diego-based Mind Movies, a personal development company dedicated to helping others bring the full power of visualization and the Law of Attraction into their lives. Over 900,000 people worldwide have already received Ledwell’s free pre-made Mind Movies, which are dynamic, moving video vision boards that help users visualize and achieve their goals faster and easier than they ever thought possible.

To find out more about Mind Movies and download 6 free pre-made Mind Movies, visit: http://mindmoviestv.com

About Mind Movies:

Founded in 2008, Mind Movie's mission is to help empower people from all over the world to visualize their goals and manifest their greatest dreams and desires. Mind Movies has touched the lives of over 900,000 people around the world and is headquartered in downtown San Diego, California.

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San Diego, CA 92101

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