I don’t believe that many people who read personal development blogs like this one are totally pleased with their life. They wouldn’t be visiting this article if they were happy with what’s gone before or where life currently finds them.
Does this apply to you? Something is missing from your life, things aren’t quite right, so now it’s time to discover what you want to change.
The first thing you have to determine is the direction you want your life to go in. How do you want life to be? What do you want to do, be and have? Have you started imagining your future, building your vision for the future? Well it’s time to begin setting goals and dream.
That’s right, I want you to start dreaming.
To determine your dreams you have to ask yourself:
“How do I want my life to look?”
“What have you always wanted to do?”
I’m sure at some time previously you have set about creating goals. Maybe it was as the clock striked midnight on New Year ’s Eve where you set your New Year Resolutions and were determined to make this the year where you changed your life.
You’ve even read one of a multitude of articles on line about SMART goals. So you then follow the instructions and create your goal list in the way you’d just been taught.
But whichever way you’ve tried, before long you’ve run out of steam, and your goals have just been forgotten. They simply haven’t been able to transform your life.
I am an incredibly goal orientated person, and the only time I didn’t chase my dreams was that time where my life was in turmoil. My successes prior to this and those since have been the direct result of my dreams. But what I find wrong about many of the ways we are taught to create goals is that they teach us in a mechanical way often relying on our logical thinking. To me powerful goals stem from the creative side of our mind, and to be inspirational that’s how they need to be.
What I want for you is to wake up excited about the day ahead. There is a very special emotional magic that takes place when we design the future and set new goals with a specific purpose in mind. As we see the future clearly in our mind’s eye we experience a level of excitement in anticipation of the day when all that we dream will become a reality. The more clearly we see the vision of the future, the more we are inspired by it.
Your dreams about what you’d like to do, who you’d like to be and where you’d like to go in life. Let’s be honest would you rather continue just seeing those images of doom and gloom in your head, or begin to transform everything by seeing your success and happiness begin to form in your mind. By visualising your dreams in your mind you begin to transfer to your reality on the outside.
On my Reinvention University I have just introduced my followers to my Visualisation Process and as a special offering to my readers here I have decided to share the video I created. So if you’re interested in learning how to create your vision in your mind you’ll find it here