How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible
There they are, the twenty-one most important principles of goal setting and goal achieving ever discovered. Your regular review and practice of these principles will enable you to live an extraordinary life. Nothing can stop you now. Good luck!
Chapter 1 – Unlock Your Potential – Always remember that your true potential is unlimited. Whatever you have accomplished in life up to now has only been preparation for the amazing things you can accomplish in the future.
1.Imagine that you have the inborn ability to achieve any goal you could ever set for yourself. What do you really want to be, have, and do?
2.What are the activities that give you your greatest sense of meaning and purpose of life?
3.Look at your personal and work life today and identify how you own thinking has created your world. What should you or could you change?
4.What do you think and talk about most of the timewhat you want or what you don’t want?
5.What is the price you have to pay to achieve the goals that are most important to you?
6.What one action should you take immediately as the result of your answers to the above questions?
Chapter 2 – Take Charge of Your Life – You are completely responsible for everything you are today, for everything you think, say, and do, and for everything you become from this moment forward. Refuse to make excuses or to blame others. Instead, make progress toward your goals every day.
1.Identify your biggest pr...
oblem or source of negativity in life today. In what ways are you responsible for this situation?
2.See yourself as the president of your own company. How would you act differently if you owned 100 percent of the shares?
3.Resolve today to stop blaming anyone else for anything and instead accept complete responsibility in every area of your life. What actions should you be taking?
4.Stop making excuses and start making progress. Imagine that your favorite excuses have no basis in fact, and act accordingly.
5.See yourself as the primary creative force in your own life. You are where you are and what you are because of your own choices and decisions. What should you change?
6.Resolve today to forgive anyone who has ever hurt you in any way. Let it go. Refuse to discuss it again. Instead, get so busy working on something that is important to you that you don’t have time to think about it again.
Chapter 3 – Create Your Own Future – Imagine that you have no limitations on what you can do, be, or have in the months and years ahead. Think about and plan your future as if you had all the resources you needed to create any life that you desire.
1.Imagine that there is a solution to every problem, a way to overcome every limitation, and no limit on your achieving every goal you can set for yourself. What would you do differently?
2.Practice “back from the future thinking.” Project forward five years and look back to the present. What would have to have happened for your world to be ideal?
3.Imagine your financial life wa
perfect in every way. How much would you be earning? How much would you be worth? What steps could you take, starting today, to make these goals a reality?
4.Imagine your family and personal life was perfect. What would it look like? What should you start doing more of, or less of, starting today?
5.Plan your perfect calendar. Design your year from January to December as if you had no limitations. What would you change, starting today?
6.Imagine that your levels of health and fitness were perfect in every way. What could you do, starting today, to make your vision for yourself into a reality?
Chapter 4 – Clarify Your Values – Your innermost values and convictions define you as a person. Take the time to think through what you really believe in and care about in each area of your life. Refuse to deviate from what you feel is right for you.
1.Make a list of your three to five most important values in life today. What do you really believe in and stand for?
2.What qualities and values are you best known for today among the people who know you?
3.What do you consider to be the most important values guiding your relationships with others in your life?
4.What are your values regarding money and financial success? Are you practicing these values today?
5.Describe your picture of an ideal person, the person you would most want to be if you had no limitations.
6.Write your own obituary to be read to your friends and family at your funeral, exactly as you would like to be remembered.
7.What one change could you make in your behavior today that would help you to live in greater harmony with your values?
Chapter 5 – Determine Your True Goals – Decide for yourself what you really want to accomplish in every area of your life. Clarity is essential for happiness and high-performance living.
1.Write down your three most important goals in life right now.
2.What are your three most pressing problems or worries right now?
3.If you won a million dollars cash, tax free, tomorrow, what changes in your life would you make immediately?
4.What do you really love to do? What gives you the greatest feelings of value, importance, and satisfaction?
5.If you could wave a magic wand over your life and have anything you wanted, what would you wish for?
6.What would you do, how would you spend your time, if you had only six months left to live?
7.What would you really want to do with your life if you had no limitations?
Chapter 6 – Decide upon Your Major Definite Purpose – You need a central purpose to build your life around. There must be a single goal that will help you to achieve your other goals more than any other. Decide what it is for you and work on it all the time.
1.What one great thing would you dare to dream if you knew you could not fail?
2.Make a list of ten goals you would like to achieve in the months and years ahead, in the present tense. Select the one goal from that list that would have the greatest positive impact on your life.
3.Determine how you
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