Saturday, 29 April 2017

Powerful keys of the mind to help achieve success

Here are some powerful keys to help you achieve success fast and easy.

1) Create Your Own Dream List

Here is a wonderful exercise for you. Take a piece of paper and begin to create your own personal “dream list.” Let your mind float freely. Imagine that you have no limitations. Imagine that you have all the time, all the money, all the resources, all the intelligence, all the education, all the experience and all the contacts in the world. Imagine that you could do, be or have anything in your life. Write down everything you would want in your life if you had no limitations whatsoever on your potential.

Be sure to decide what you really want before you decide what is possible. Don’t fall into the trap of limiting yourself in advance by thinking of all the reasons of why it’s not possible before you even begin writing. Put the word “possible” aside for now and just allow yourself to dream.

2) Make a List of Your Goals

Once you’ve finished your dream list, take another sheet of paper and write today’s date at the top. Then make a list of at least ten goals that you want to accomplish in the next twelve months. This is one of the most powerful goal achieving exercises you will ever learn. It is both simple and powerful, and all it requires is a piece of paper, a pen, and a few minutes of your time

Fully 97% of adults have no written goals. When you make out a list of ten goals that you want to accomplish in the next twelve months, you move yourself into the top 3% of people living and working today. By the simple discipline of committing your goals to paper, you join the elite.

Interestingly enough, if all you did was to write out a list of ten goals, and then put that sheet of paper away somewhere where you wouldn’t find it for a year, your whole life would change. At the end of twelve months, when you opened up that sheet of paper, you would be astonished to find that as many as eight of your ten goals had been achieved in the most remarkable ways.

You would notice amazing incidences of synchronicity and serendipity behind the attainment of each of your goals. You would see a remarkable string of interconnected coincidences for which you could not have predicted or planned. But the bottom line is this. You will have accomplished eight of your ten goals of your goals in ways that you cannot now even imagine. And all it costs for you to make this exercise work in your life is a piece of paper, a pen and about ten minutes.

3) A Proven Life Changer

This exercise has been tried with tens of thousands of people all over the world. No one had ever come back saying that it didn’t work. In fact, many people say that their entire lives changed after they did this exercise, sometimes in as little as thirty days. And the more successful you are already, the faster and greater will be your results when you write down these ten goals.

Not long ago, I gave a talk to a room full of high-powered financial executives. During the morning session, I recommended that they each write out ten goals for themselves before the end of the day. At the beginning of the afternoon session, I asked them how many had already written down their ten goals. Fully 60% of the audience had already completed them — at lunchtime! By the end of the day more than 90% of them had their goals done. And I am quite sure that they all had their goal lists complete before they went to bed that night.

Over the next twelve months, that division went on to break every sales record in the company. The people in that room became some of the top money earners in the industry. They still talk about this exercise, and rewrite their goals every year. They consider goal writing to be their secret weapon. It can be yours as well.

4) Determine Your Major Definite Purpose

Once you have a list of ten goals, go through it and ask yourself,

“Which one goal on this list, if I accomplished it, would have the greatest positive impact on my life?” Whichever it is, take that goal and write it at the top of another sheet of paper. This goal now becomes your major definite purpose for the foreseeable future. This becomes the goal that you think about and work on most of the time. This becomes the central organizing principle of your activities.

Definiteness of purpose enables you to set better priorities, make better decisions and do more of those things that will help you achieve your goal.

By writing down ten goals, selecting your most important goal, and deciding upon that as your major definite purpose, you move yourself moved into the top 1% of adults in our society.

5) Make a Plan to Achieve Your Goal

Below your goal on that sheet of paper, write out every single action that you can possibly think of that you could do now or in the future to achieve that goal. This is an important exercise. The more different actions that you can think of to take that will help you achieve your goal, the greater clarity you will have. You will become more convinced that your goal is attainable. You will become more confident and determined. You will be more eager to get started, and to keep going, when you have a list of activities to work on.

When you write down your goal the first time, you may experience doubts and misgivings. Although you wish and hope for that goal, you may be doubtful and even critical of your ability to achieve it. But when you begin to plan out the necessary steps you need to take, starting today, you begin to see your goal in a whole new light.

The greater the detail with which you plan the achievement of your goal, the more achievable it appears. By writing out your goals and plans, you plant them deeper into your subconscious mind. You increasingly believe that it is possible for you. You start to attract ideas, people and resources that help you to achieve it.

6) Take Action on Your Plan

Once you have a list of activities, select at least one and take action on it immediately. From the first time you take action on your list, you will begin to see progress. This progress will motivate you to take additional actions. You will begin to experiences examples of synchronicity in the events and circumstances that surround you. You will feel more in control of your life.

By writing, planning and working toward your goal, you will activate your reticular cortex. You will be more aware of people and possibilities around you that can help you to achieve that goal. You will have more energy and focus. You will be more clear and positive. You will begin to create your own future. And all it takes is a piece of paper and a few minutes of your time.

7) Winners Ask the Right Questions

Here is a key difference between winners and losers. The loser hears about this exercise of writing down ten goals, selecting one and then working on it every day, but then asks, “What if it doesn’t work?” But that’s the wrong question. The right question to ask, the question the winner asks is, “What if it does work?”

If it doesn’t work, all it costs you is a piece of paper and a few minutes of your time. However, if this ten-goal method works, it can change your life forever. Of course, if it doesn’t work, you will be one of the few people among countless thousands for which this exercise has not worked. In fact, you would probably have to be an extremely determined person to stop this exercise from working, in spite of yourself. However, the fact is that it does work. And it works faster than you could imagine. Give it a try and see for yourself.

8) The Principle of Accelerating Acceleration

Once you have your goals written out, there are a series of powerful mental techniques that you can use to move yourself faster toward your goals and to move your goals more rapidly toward yourself. The principle of accelerating acceleration is a powerful luck factor that you can use for goal attainment. This principle says that whatever you are moving toward begins moving toward you as well. Like attracts like. In a way, this is a corollary of the Law of Attraction, but with one important difference. When you first set a new, big goal, and begin moving toward it, your progress will often be quite slow. You may be frustrated and think of giving up. And the bigger your goal, the further away it will seem. You may have to work on for a long time before you see any progress at all. But this is all part of the process of goal attainment.

The 20/80 rule helps to explain the principle of accelerating acceleration. For the first 80% of the time that you are working toward your goal, you will only cover about 20% of the distance. However, if you persist and refuse to give up, you will accomplish the final 80% of your goal in the last 20% of the time that you spend working on it. Many people work for weeks, months and even years toward a big goal and see very little progress. They often lose heart and give up. But what they didn’t realize is that they had laid all of the groundwork necessary and were almost at the take-off point. They were just about to start accelerating toward their goal, and their goal was about to start moving at a greater speed toward them.

This principle of accelerating acceleration seems to apply to almost every big goal that you set for yourself. You must therefore decide in advance that you will never give up. This decision is one of the most powerful of all luck factors.

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