If you want to achieve your goals get a vision

If you want to achieve your goals get a vision
If you want to achieve your goals get a vision
Something that Matt Morris wrote in a recent edition of the Success University newsletter about “goals” and “vision” really struck me the other day.Here’s what he said: “We all know what a goal is, but vision is a topic of confusion for many. To put it in the simplest of terms, your vision is how you see yourself. You can set goals all day long, but if you cannot truly see yourself achieving them, your goals will never be realized. To accomplish a goal, you must truly expect to achieve it.” The key word is “see”. How many of us fail to achieve goals because we don’t give them real substance in the subconscious by visualizing them taking place? I still have pages of old diaries full of “year goals” that were never achieved, year in and year out. They were worthy enough goals, but they lacked any deep vision of success. The problem with setting your goals without first seeing your vision is that you are failing to appeal to your subconscious mind with pictures that compel. If you do not appeal to your subconscious with a clear picture it is unlikely that your life will change. As anybody who knows Matt Morris will tell you, he grew up amidst poverty and low expectations. By constantly focusing on how broke he was his circumstances came to dominate his subconscious mind. Matt writes: “I had no idea that my vision, which is trained by my subconscious mind, was overriding my efforts to succeed.” The subconscious mind will draw on whatever is to hand. If poverty and failure are the only materials to hand, they will be drawn upon and they will certainly continue to show up in your life. But you CAN change the vision your subconscious works with. The subconscious level of the mind is influenced by what other people say about you, by your experiences in life and by what YOU think about yourself. In fact, if you have a clear vision, your mistakes serve an important function which actually contributes to your eventual success, rather like a servo-mechanism in a rocket. Your “mistakes” are like “negative feedback” that tells you that “you need to take corrective action to get back on beam,” as Maxwell Maltz explains: “If negative feedback is working properly, a missile or a torpedo reacts to ‘criticism’ just enough to correct course, and keeps going forward towards the target. This course will be… a series of zig-zags.” Similarly, our vision provides us with an inbuilt “servo-mechanism” that gets us zig-zagging towards our goal, with the aid of negative feedback. When Matt Morris discovered that “vision” was the key to achieving “goals” he “forever broke the shackles of poverty” from his life. He went on to found Success University and turn it into the most popular personal development website on the Internet in its first year of business. You too, can do great things, provided that you write your own vision, make it plain upon on the tables of your subconscious and run with it until you see it made manifest in your life. About the Author Did you find this article useful? For more useful tips and hints, points to ponder and keep in mind, techniques, and insights pertaining to credit card, do please browse for more information at our websites. .yoursgoogleincome.com .freeearningtip.com

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