Book Review: Visualization for Success by Barton Goldsmith

Visualize your goals and manifest success—a scientific approach

Visualization is a simple, clinically proven practice that involves actively imagining the desired outcome of a goal to keep you on the path to achieving it. Visualization for Success can help you make positive changes in your life by guiding you through 75 psychology-based visualization exercises that put achievement at the forefront of your mind.

When you maintain a clear image of what you want, your feelings and behavior follow suit, changing your mindset to a healthy and productive one. Make this a habit with energizing and clarifying activities for letting go of past troubles, healing heartache, getting organized, and improving your future.

Visualization for Success features:

  • The perfect starting point—These exercises are simple enough for anyone to do, and most only take about 15 minutes.
  • A two-pronged approach—Begin with the basics on how visualization works, then learn to apply it, with exercises for relationships, goals, and cultivating positivity.
  • The four stages of visualization—Learn to identify your objective, affirm your desire, picture your success, and release your fears and doubts.

Empower yourself by visualizing your goals and bringing them to life.

My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy from the publisher. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

I have successfully used visualization in the past so Visualization for Success intrigued me. It gives a step by step approach to visualization to help you get what you want out of life.

Most of the steps start with relaxation breathing which is easy to learn if you don’t have experience with it. A definition is given if needed. I’ve learned several techniques but all that is needed is taking a deep breath and holding it for a few seconds.

I like how Visualization for Success is broken down into three parts: positivity, relationships, and goals. Each section has several detailed exercises to assist you visualizing and achieving your goals. This is more of a reference that you’ll go back to over and over.

I definitely recommend Visualization for Success for anyone who is interested in improving themselves.

About the Author

Dr. Barton Goldsmith, an award-winning psychotherapist and writer has been a nationally syndicated columnist for over twenty years. His columns have been published in over 500 newspapers world-wide and he has written over 3,000 articles. He has been a working psychotherapist for over 30 years specializing in The Psychology of Life, Love and the pursuit of Happiness.

Since 2002, his weekly newspaper column, which is syndicated by Tribune News Service, has been featured in hundreds of publications including The Chicago Tribune, The Santa Barbara News-Press, The New York Daily News, and many others. He is also a top blogger for Psychology Today and his Emotional Fitness blog has had over 22 Million views.

Dr. G also produced, wrote and hosted a weekly radio show on the NPR affiliate KCLU…

He has appeared on many national talk and news shows, most recently on CBS Sunday Morning and others including CNN, Good Morning America, NBC News…

In addition, he has authored seven books including the best-selling Emotional Fitness for Couples – 10 Minutes a Day to a Better Relationship and the sequel, Emotional Fitness for Intimacy – Sweeten and Deepen Your Love in Just 10 Minutes a Day, both released by New Harbinger Publications…

Dr. Goldsmith connects with audiences worldwide with his energetic, uplifting and fun communication style. Not a button-down shrink, he has a unique ability to inspire and entertain which leaves his readers, viewers and listeners always wanting more. “Dr. G” began working in the field of psychology when his career in professional basketball was cut short because he only grew to five-foot six-inches tall.


2 thoughts on “Book Review: Visualization for Success by Barton Goldsmith

    • sleepygirl2 April 28, 2020 / 3:06 pm

      I do too. I’ve known for years that visualization works, but I’ve never approached it with a step by step process.

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