How to Set Goals and Achieve Them
By Koz Huseyin
How do we increase the likelihood of achieving a goal? Are there any tips that can really make a difference? Yes there are, and in this article, I will give you some of the most important tips to getting a goal achieved and materialized in your life.
By far the most important point of setting and achieving a goal is setting a goal. This is different from New Year resolutions, this is actually thinking about a worthy ideal, and setting it on paper. Our lives seem so complicated, a friend says "come round," and before we know it, that goal is forgotten like the many thousands of other thoughts that come to us in a day.
Right from your thought, to pen, and paper, your goal written is one which is set on paper. This is important, as if you don't write it down; you soon find bricks are placed in front of you. Over time, these bricks become so high, that finding a way to get to your goal seems so clouded it seems impossible.
Write your goal down on paper. It does not have to be as eloquent and sophisticated as Shakespeare's, but it does need to be understood by you. Do you know what you want exactly? And no -- more money is not exact, more happiness is not exact. It is as loose as saying trillions of dollars move around in the world.
Yes, a goal needs to be formulated. "I want" is good; however, "I have" also acts as an affirmation, which is something you want. The whole of this view is that you are trying to communicate your desire to a part of the mind called the subconscious. This subconscious is infinite and powerful. If you get into that part of your mind - stop smoking, you will. If you put a million dollars into your subconscious, it will come as fast as an avalanche!