The simplest way to do this is to write down your goal and include a deadline. Outline and prioritize your objectives. Now your brain knows what to work on and when to have it accomplished.
Read over your goals at least twice a day to provide mental emphasis that they’re important. We all know how easy it is to get sidetracked by 50 other things and forget all about our goals and plans.
Write your goals down on paper. Failure to do so makes them a pipe-dream and not a goal.
Visualize your goals.
Imagine what success will feel like – but bring it into your present, like you’ve already attained what you want. Picture in your mind having achieved your goals and the emotions that go along with your victories. While you’re working to achieve success, consider how your life will look at each step of your journey.
For example, you might live in your apartment two more years before you begin shopping for your own home. Your new place will have an extra bedroom you use as your office. When you have your own office at home, you’ll be able to expand your business, which will make you more money and lead to greater financial security.
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