because they've been "taught" that bad things come with having "good things happen"
and -- even more importantly . . . visualizing what you want is both limited and "limiting"
knowing what you want to "do" (and why) is the fuel of creation . . . knowing what you want "to get" is only half, if that, of the battle
because without action nothing happens
and without a vision of what you're doing then there is little action and fewer tangible results
change the focus from outcome to "input"
and your world will get better