Have you ever had periods when everything went swimmingly? When you become inspired and the whole Universe seemed to help you? How often do you imagine yourself as a person who achieved perfection? Have you formed in your mind an image of yourself, healthy and beautiful, professionally developed, having harmonious relations with close people and the surrounding world? Moreover, maybe you have experienced this: you set a goal, then start desperately (and sometimes even painfully) move to it . . . a significant spurt, then the motivation and energy loss. However, you pull yourself together, make another spurt, and another, and another, until you finally reach the desired goal, and then . . . you just fall from the enormous fatigue and recover for a long, very long time. Which experience do you like more?
So, if you have ever wondered what person you would like to be at this point in life, find some time and work on it. Imagine that you have received a high-quality upgrade in all areas—your appearance, profession, and family—and describe your improved image in detail on paper. Describe your character, physical condition, the way you spend your day, people surrounding you—everything to the smallest detail.
“All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day toward their distant vision, that goal or purpose.”
Here You Will Learn
- How to Set Goals
- What You Should Stop Doing in Order to Achieve Perfection
- How Much Are You Committed to Your Goal
- Another Way of Achieving Goals is Self-Motivation
- How to Achieve the Established Goals with the Least Resistance
- BONUS! The Decision Making Formula