How to Visualize Winning Your Next Contest
One of the best ways to unleash the creativity in you is to use contests. Contests are great because they allow you to get more creative with your visualizations. When we go into a contest, our mind is constantly wandering and visualizing. We are constantly visualizing and taking those things into our mind that we know we can’t do. This is where the fun starts!
So what do you do when you enter a contest? Most people don’t know how to go about entering a contest. They don’t know where to start. They don’t even know how long they have to write the contest entry or how much time they have to spend on the visualization part of the contest. Here are some tips to help you unleash your creativity and win a contest.
First, know your prize. You don’t have to blow your budget on a million dollar item – just get something that you like. Make sure that it fits in with your creative side or else it will just distract you from your contest entry form. If it’s too expensive you can always have a portion of it donated to a worthy charity, so that you know you’re helping out while getting something cool!
Second, get started on your entry form as soon as possible. If you have a contest entry form that is five minutes or less, then you should be fine! That means you need to come up with a list of questions that you want answered within the allotted five-minute period. Then you need to write a quick description of the problem, what you plan to do to solve it, and any other information that you think would benefit readers and judges during the contest.
Third, when you are done writing your entry form, go back in and add any other comments. You may want to add a couple more questions here or there to the contest description. This will make your contest visualization even better. Now all you have to do is fill in your answers and submit it to the site. Five minutes later you have won your contest!
As you can see, it is important to use visualization techniques in order to help you win a contest. However, don’t let that mean that you go crazy and write down everything in your head when you enter a contest. Remember, the judges will see your entries and not your mind. Just take a bit of time to jot down your thoughts and come up with creative ways to describe the problems you are solving with your entry form.