Tiger Woods was taught how to use visualization and his imagination by his father, Earl, when he was a boy. Today, Tiger visualizes exactly where he wants the golf ball to go. He sees it in his mind before he hits the ball.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, used visualization for athletic success and also credits it for his success as a movie star: “When I was very young I visualized myself being and having what it was I wanted. Mentally I never had any doubts about it. The mind is really so incredible. Before I won my first Mr. Universe title, I walked around the tournament like I owned it.”
Michael Jordan used visualization to become the greatest basketball player in history.
Oprah: Has always used visualization and has often talked about Vision Boards on her show.
Australian Volley Ball Olympian’s, Kerri Pottharst and Natalie Cooke were coached by Actor and Stuntman, Kurek Ashley for 18 months prior to them winning an Olympic Gold Medal. Kurek would help the girls to visualize and act as if they already had won the medal.