(Scott Hansen, Entrepreneur) – We are all occupied with goals and aims we want done in our lives, whether they be short-term or long-term. And these goals compose or amount to our dreams. Hence, it is the result of these goals that determines whether our dreams have been fulfilled or not.
It is therefore considerably important for us to deal closely with our goals. And, as to achieving these goals, only five simple and easy-to-understand steps are required to be observed constantly. Adherence thereto is left to our conscious willingness and obedience to such steps.
1. Get crystal clear on what you want.
Set in mind the things you want to have or the personal circumstances you want to be in the future. In other words, you have to make a clear conclusion today of your target possessions in the future or your pictured self at a later time. This starts by realizing what your wishes and desires are. We all have a lot of wants in life, but pinpointing those that are most yearned and working for them will give as an outcome that one by one, our goals are fulfilled.
2. Write what you want into existence.
Make use of the pen and paper to remind you of your wishes and goals. Then make this list visible to you in your room, office, computer or other significant places you regularly visit. It would also be helpful if you write an everyday “To-Do” list of the activities you need to carry out in order to achieve those goals before starting off the day.
3. Quit worrying about the “how.”
At the time you are discerning your desires and picking goals in priority, restrain yourself from thinking so much on how you’re going to do it. This easily bars you from moving forward and holds back your living motivation. Think that every goal will be achieved smoothly; anyway, if you have the will, there’s always a way. So, release first all the heck of your craving, and consequently, all the means assembling it will be done eagerly.
4. Create a massive emotional connection.
Once you’ve set the goal (or goals) you’d first achieve, make it a habit to think of it daily, that you really yearn for it at a near future time, and there’s no other way to get it, but to act and work for it today.