Hold on to a dream

  1. Having a goal: Whenever I’ve been at a point in my life when things aren’t moving, I’ve discovered that it’s often due to me not coming up with ways out to more beneficial opportunity in my life. I’m trying to do too much. And it saps my energy and motivation. It’s apparently the most popular mistake that I make: others attempt to take on too much, try to achieve too many objects at once. You cannot sustain energy and focus (the two most valuable things in achieving a goal) if you are seeking to do two or more aims at once. It’s not reasonable — I’ve tried it several times and have failed miserably with nothing to show for it. You have to choose one goal, for momentarily, and focus on it entirely. I know, that’s tough. Still, I speak from reality. You can always do your other intentions when you’ve finished your One Goal.
  2. Find your Aspiration: Inspiration, for me, comes from others stories especially people recognized who have completed what I want to achieve, or who are currently doing it. I read other blogs, books, publications. I Google my objective of life and read success stories and watch documentaries. Zen Habits is just one place for inspiration, not only from me but from many readers who have achieved amazing things recycling is methods isn’t a way to win.
  3. Get Pumped: This appears obvious, but most people don’t recall about it much: if you desire to break out of a slump, get yourself energized about a goal. But whereby can you do this when you don’t feel motivated? Well, it begins with revelation from others (see above), but you have to take that enthusiasm and build on it. For me, I’ve learned that by speaking to my brother and hearing about successful people, and to legends of yonder. And learning as much about it as feasible, and envisioning what it would be like to be wealthy (seeing the advantages of the end in my head), I get passionate about a goal. Once I’ve done that, it’s just a matter of taking that energy forward and keeping it going like momentum.
  4. Build anticipation: This will appear more difficult than it actually is, and many people will leap this knowledge. But it actually works. It helped me quit drinking after many failed efforts. If you find revelation and want to do a purpose, don’t begin right away. Many of us yearning get inspired and want to start today. That’s a misunderstanding. Set a date in the fate of life— tomorrow or the day after, or even monday— and make that your Start Date. Mark it on the calendar. Get inspired about that day. Make it the most significant date in your life. In the meantime, start scrawling out a plan. And do amazing of the steps below. Because by delaying your start, you deny yourself a beginning, not just anticipation, and decreasing your focus and energy for your goal.
  5. Post your goal: Print out your purpose in big words on the wall in your room, so you look at it all the time to make it relevant in your mind. Make your intent just a few easy words, like a mantra regularly said throughout a day. Another place you should post it ia at work. Put it on your computer desktop so when you come in the first thing you see is that reason to get off this JOB(Just Over Broke). You want to have big reminders about your goal, to keep your focus and keep your excitement going. A picture of your goal (like a model with sexy abs, for example) also helps.