"What’s the reason why you haven’t yet achieved what you want? It’s not your parents, it’s not your friends, it’s not your spouse, and it’s not your "bad luck"... It’s not the world’s economic situation, it’s not the competition, it’s not your boss... and it’s not the president.
The reason is you...To be more exact, the reason is in your mind... and the things you do everyday." - Stuart Lichtman, MIT scientist
First, give your mind a brand new, positive, empowering shift!
You have to know what you really want. Instead of focusing on 3-4 goals at once, focus on ONLY 1 goal you want to accomplish in the next 30 days.
Write the goal on a piece of paper, in this format:
"By the first day of January 2011, I'll have in my possession $250,000, which will come to me in various amounts. In return for this money, I will have done whatever is necessary and appropriate in my business (describe the business you already have or intend to build) in an easily and fun manner."
Spend at least 30 minutes creating a mental picture of you having achieved your goal by the exact date specified.
You will have to close your eyes and make it as vivid as possible, involving all 5
senses (smell, sight, touch, hearing and taste) as fully as possible in the picture you create in your mind’s eye.
The Focus Primer:
You have to read aloud your description and re-create your mental picture twice a day. First thing upon waking up and 10 minutes before bedtime. This is how the mind works. Give it a target and it will hit it.
Now here comes the best part…
Translating Goals & Desires into Immediate Actions
Most people’s goals are nothing but weak desires. As a result, they will always find
excuses to stay within their comfort zone and put it off. The ultimate way to achieve
anything you want lies in ACTION.
The 48 Hours Challenge
Grab a blank piece of paper and divide the page into two. On the left side, write the
goal you want to accomplish in the next 30 days. And on the right, list down 5 things
you can do to bring you closer to your goal. Ensure that you have one task that you
can carry out immediately upon finishing this exercise.
And for the other 4 action steps you have listed, assign the specific time and date
that you will have it done, within the 48 hours assignment period.
Once you have done that, pin that piece of paper on your bathroom mirror and start
working on that first task you have set. Get it done before continuing reading the
rest of the report.
They say that taking the first step is the most difficult one. We are often held back
by inertia. The moment we start taking the first few steps towards a goal, we will
gain momentum and continue on until we realize it.
By taking on the 48 hours challenge, to act on 5 action steps within 48 hours of
setting the goal, you break out of your comfort zone and excuses and you are telling
your brain that you are SERIOUS in getting what you want!
And at the end of the 48 hours challenge, set aside 3 hours to plan further action
steps you HAVE to take EVERYDAY (excluding weekends) to get you where you want to be.
Getting what you want is easy
If it’s as easy as I’ve said, why doesn’t everybody do this? For every 100 people who read this, only 1 or 2 will end up putting it into practice. Why? Everybody desires to succeed, but only a few are truly COMMITTED to their goals. Unless you truly want what you want… you will never take the necessary action outlined in this report… for there’s always something more important that comes up to fill up your time.
Are you ready to commit?
Are you ready to make the change?
Are you ready to get what you want?
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