You got goals? How do you really set goals? It seems like we can find it a hard time trying to do things right. After all, the goal is something that is important for us, and naturally we want to do everything to make the goal materialize in your life.
If we consider from the scientific point of view of goal achievement, the main task is to get the goal to our subconscious so that it can do the work. This is why people work so hard with affirmations in an attempt to get the subconscious to act on the affirmation. We want such as leverage when setting goals.
Science tells us that it takes around 30 days to form a habit. And this is what we want when we set goals. We want to remember the goal and make it part of all we do. This can be as simple as writing it once and reading it often, preferably in the morning when you awake and also when you go to bed.
It may seem like extra effort or work, but it is essential. Most of the goals that you consciously set as a goal setter will likely be for goals that you have never achieved before. This makes it hard to find ways and means to make that goal a reality. Thanks to the infinite potential of the subconscious mind, you can get the subconscious to find you the solutions you need.
Writing goals then becomes paramount. Writing your goals down focuses your mind to think about what you want. This then becomes a science in itself - how do you formulate your goals. We don't want to say what we don't want; we want to say what we want. Books have been written about this topic alone, and are one that can stop us from the most important bit.
Though setting goals on paper is important, it is not the be all and end all of success. Your goal will unlikely manifest if you simply make affirmations and memorize and repeat every 5 minutes. Though these will help, action is the only key.
Imagine your goal as an image. That image is far away, at least in physical terms. Now the task is to bring that vision closer, and this can only happen when you take steps towards that goal. Often people forget that action is the key. The goal setting seems so fun, and now we have all these goals, but they are still a distant dream.
For many those kinds of goals remain as distant dreams. For you, I want to give keys that will allow you to get there. This can only happen when you take one step in motion, and then another. Though the journey may have lots of obstacles, all problems come with solutions.
As soon as you have your goal, it then becomes time for action. Your goal must be in mind when taking action. Your action today creates that goal. This makes action the biggest part of whether you will win or loose. However, if you keep on, your goal in one form will appear in your life.