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How to Achieve Your Dreams and Accomplish Your Goals

Dreams and Goals

Do you have dreams and goals?

Sure you have, but what are doing to make them come true?

Often, dreams and goals stay as daydreams, unless you do something to turn them into reality.

Achieving your dreams and goals depends on several factors:

  1. You need to have a specific and clear goal.
  2. You have to be sure that you really want to achieve your goal.
  3. You need to create a clear mental image of your goal.
  4. You need a strong desire.
  5. You need to disregard doubts and thoughts about failure.
  6. You have to show confidence and faith, and persevere, until you achieve your goal.

Do you follow all the above-mentioned requirements?

Most people just wish they could achieve their dreams and goals. They do not believe they can achieve them, they start and then quit, or find it difficult to leave their comfort zone.

Most people do not know that there are laws governing success, which should be followed.

It is so easy and simple to daydream, and then say, “Well it is just a daydream. It will never come true”. It is so easy to give up and lose faith and motivation, when you facing obstacles.

Achieving your dreams goals shouldn’t be a tough ordeal. In fact, it can be fun and pleasure, if you go in the right way. It is not hard physical work that brings success.

Success does not require hard physical labor. In fact, you need to do mental work.

How to Achieve Dreams and Goals

In this article, I am talking about various mental tools that can help you reach goals. I am not talking about going through courses, or learning in college, which are important. I am also not talking about learning how to do business or how to invest money.

All I am doing here is pointing you to some mental tools which can help you and make things easier.

I am talking here about visualization and affirmations.

Visualization, which means using your imagination to build scenes and images of the things you want, and repeating affirmations are important stepping stones to achieving success.

When you visualize and affirm, you focus your energies and channel them toward your goal. This points your mind toward finding solutions to bring your goal into manifestation.

By thinking in a positive manner on your goal, and not letting any doubts enter your mind, your intuition starts working, you recognize opportunities, and you have energy at your disposal to follow your goals and dreams.

There are people who, listen to subliminal messages that program their minds for success. There are many CD’s available today, which implant subliminal messages into the mind, so as to activate its power. It is said that these subliminal messages, which go straight to the subconscious mind, bring faster results.

When you visualize and affirm your goals, you gain much more, than what you gain by programming your mind passively with subliminal messages. The attention, intention and energy you channel toward visualizing and affirming improve your resolve, concentration, willpower and self-discipline, unlike using subliminal messages.

One of the advantages of visualization and affirmations is that you can use them wherever you are, at any time or place, without the necessity of any external requirements. All you need is your mind.

Success and achieving goals are attained through planning, work, perseverance, ambition, and visualization.

This is a process that takes time, shorter or longer, depending on the goal. However, sometimes, success might appear in a miraculous and surprising manner. Sometimes, opportunities appear and doors open, but you need to get in, and take advantage of the opportunity.

Everyone have dreams and goals, bigger or smaller ones. Some do something about them, and some don’t.

The point here is that you can accelerate everything with the help of creative visualization, the power beyond the law of attraction, and affirmations, which are positive statements.

Small Dreams and Goals Are no Less Important than Big Ones

Do think that only major goals can be considered as goals? For example:

  • Becoming wealthy.
  • Getting an expensive car.
  • Buying a big house with a swimming pool.
  • Building a big and successful business.

The truth is that the following dreams and goals are no less important:

  • Waking up early in the morning.
  • Arriving to your work on time.
  • Spending more time with your family.
  • Reading a book.
  • Going to see a movie with your wife, husband, girlfriend or boyfriend.
  • Controlling your eating habits.
  • Exercising your body.
  • Getting good grades at college/
  • Finding a good job.

Not all people are interested in achieving things on a major scale. They might daydream big, but most people don’t have big ambitions, and that’s okay.

Being healthy, happy, loved and having enough money for everyday needs are what most people want.

You Can Achieve Dreams and Goals

  • How do you visualize and affirm?
  • Are there any special rules and instructions?
  • Yes, there are!

Like any other topic, if you wish to do it right you need to study it right.

  • Find what you really and truly want.
  • Make reasonable plans, with small simple steps.
  • Persevere with your plan and steps, despite obstacles or inner resistance.
  • Learn how to use the law of attraction, creative visualization and affirmations.

Start by reading the articles mentioned below:

The Law of Attraction

Creative Visualization

Positive Affirmations

After reading the above-mentioned articles, start reading the following books:

Manifest and Achieve Whatever You Want

Affirmations – Words with Power

“Nothing stops the man who desires to achieve. Every obstacle is simply a course to develop his achievement muscle. It’s a strengthening of his powers of accomplishment.”
– Eric Butterworth

“Choosing goals that are important to you is one of the most essential things you can do in order to live your dreams.”
– Les Brown

“If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy and inspires your hopes.”
– Andrew Carnegie