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  1. matilda
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    Talking 110-visualizing accomplishment

    Hello

    What does it mean when they say?

    She visualized the accomplishment of her
    goals.


    Thanks in advance

    Matilda

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    Re: 110-visualizing accomplishment

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    She imagined/created an image that she had reached her goals. This is a method of enhancing performance.

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    Re: 110-visualizing accomplishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Micawber
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    She imagined/created an image that she had reached her goals. This is a method of enhancing performance.

    Hello, Mister Micawber!

    Can't we rephrase it like this [? with a different tense]?
    She imagined/created an image that she [had to] or [would] reach her goals.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: 110-visualizing accomplishment

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    That is not how I understand the visualization theory, Kant. One is supposed to visualize the successful completion of the goal, the image of the target already achieved.
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    Re: 110-visualizing accomplishment

    Thank you again!
    Regards.

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    Re: 110-visualizing accomplishment

    Sorry!
    I have one more question.

    1. She visualized the accomplishment of her goals. [achieved]
    2. She imagined the accomplishment of her goals. [unachieved]
    3. She expected the accomplishment of her goals. [unachieved]

    Are these sentences all natural [of course, in different meanings]?
    If so, are the tag comments also correct?

    Thank you!

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