Be cautious of what you believe, for what you believe is what you will experience in your life.
Your belief system is a mechanism that is exclusively yours. It is fueled by your desires and controlled by your thoughts and actions.
In other words, your success, in any area of your life, is dependent on and is measured by the potency and strength of your beliefs.
What is it that you desire, that you aspire for?
Most people do not have a clue what it is they want, but they know precisely what they do not want.
Now is a good time to appraise your goals and determine the result, and the outcome that you want to accomplish.
This may take an hour, a few days, or a week.
That’s fine. This step is very important, so take your time.
Once done, write your goals down neatly and clearly and place them where you can see them throughout the day: on the fridge, on the wall in front of your computer or desk, laminate them and place them in the bathroom, in your car.
The idea is to read them frequently to keep them fresh in your mind.
Here are three ways to boost your goal-achieving process, to build on your beliefs in achieving your goals:
- Be inquisitive. Research and learn as much as you can about how you can attain your goal. Use all possible resources you can get your hands on books and e-books, CDs and DVDs, and courses to name a few. Also, you could find successful people, you may know some, whom you could ask questions as to how they became successful. If possible, do not limit your contacts to only the people you already know. Introduce yourself to people, explain your purpose for contacting them and ask for advice and help, more than likely they’ll be happy to oblige. The best thing that can happen is that they may volunteer to mentor you and offer you support and encouragement. This could be a most rewarding experience.
- Be unique. Now that you’ve done some great research, take what you’ve learned and come up with your creative process. Think of how you can approach your goal. You could emulate what you’ve learned or you could dare to be different. Combine what you have learned with your creative ideas. Don’t be afraid to take risks. Most successful people make a list of the worst things that could happen and a list of all of the best possible outcomes. They measure the risks involved and decide whether to go ahead or not. When they go ahead, they focus on the best possible outcomes; they maintain their concentration on their desired result.
- Be positive. When you run into obstacles and challenges, turn them into a learning process. When you hesitate, feel the hesitation and move ahead anyway. By believing in what you can achieve, you will be amazed at the successes you can accomplish and the heights of fulfillment you can reach.
Anything is possible when you believe in yourself and your goal.
Believe that, commit to that and you will see a clear pathway to happiness, success, and fulfillment.