How To Set Goals And Achieve Goals Easily

It's easy to achieve a goal. the toughest thing is to set realistic goals that you believe in and are inspired by, and then to monitor and update those goals frequently enough to keep them continuously powerful in your life.

To have goals that inspire you in the begining, define them clearly. To have goals that are still inspiring in the middle of your drive for them, refine each goal by adding exciting details as you learn more about them. To have goals that are inspiring all the way to the hour that you achieve them, take a moment every morning and night to vividly see yourself enjoying them!

Here is an motivating article to inspire you to get what you want in life!

You Get What You Expect
By Dr. Robert Anthony,
Author of Know How To Be Rich

Whatever you expect to happen is determined by the thoughts you dwell
upon plus the intensity of the emotions behind those thoughts. It is
worth repeating that our subconscious does not question the validity of the
data we present to it. It merely processes it and attracts to us what
we believe to be true.

If we are using imagery to change habit patterns, we must see
ourselves acting and reacting the way we want to be in the future. It doesn't
matter how we acted today or yesterday. Once our subconscious gets hold of
our new thought, our brain-mind, functioning together through our
central nervous system, will take over and we will automatically
assume the new behavior patterns. The key is to be able to picture or imagine
the end result so vividly that it appears real.

We have learned that our subconscious mind functions in terms of goals
or end results. Once the subconscious has accepted an idea, you can
absolutely depend upon it to take you to that goal. If we will supply
the end results, our subconscious will supply the "how to." It will show
us how to reach that end result.

Think of the end results in terms of present possibilities. They must
be seen so clearly that they seem real to your brain and nervous system.
The ultimate aim of affirmation and visualization is to evoke the
feeling that the goal is already achieved.

Feel as though it has already been achieved and your imagery will pull
you toward the end result that you desire. Imagine it in as much
detail as possible. Keep using the imaging process over and over again for
the same goal. In the beginning, don't worry about whether you are putting
in enough detail. Every time you visualize you will automatically
incorporate more and more detail.

Always put yourself in the picture. See yourself involved in the
activities of your goal. If you do not put yourself in the picture, you may not
be in the end result. Suppose you want a new car - let's say a new BMW. You
visualize the car and faithfully infuse your imagery with emotion,
detail and repetition. And then, all of a sudden, a new BMW comes into your
life. You look out the window of your house and your neighbor is
driving a new BMW! You now have new BMW in your life, but you are not in it!
So, make sure you identify yourself with your goal.

All successful individuals have started with a picture held in their
mind. They visualized and affirmed what they wanted to be, to do and to
have.And then they instructed their subconscious with clarity and

Copyright 2003 by Dr. Robert Anthony. Best-selling author
Know How To Be Rich,

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