Showing posts with label Law of Attraction. Show all posts
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Sunday, 12 June 2022

5 Steps to Using Visualization to Get What You Want

What do you want out of life? More importantly, how do you intend to go about getting it?


We all have so many wants. Some are very simple, such as wanting to lose five pounds in time for swimsuit season. While others, such as changing to a new career, are more complex. What’s interesting is that you can use the very same technique to get precisely what you want, whether your goal is big or small.


Visualization is the technique of picturing a goal in your mind in detail so that you can manifest this change in your life. Sound hard? Really, it’s not. By following these five simple steps, you’ll get exactly what you want in almost no time at all.


Engage Fully in the Vision


You absolutely must put yourself into the visualization as fully as you possibly can. Use all your senses and emotions to experience this vision in a way that is real to you. There can be no holding back here.


Experience Different Viewpoints


What does this visualization feel like to you? Experience it first as yourself so that you can connect emotions to actions. You want to feel every part of it. Now, step back and experience it again as if you’re watching yourself succeed from outside of yourself, like watching a movie. Why? This helps you to see details you might miss otherwise.


Live the Success


When you’re done with the visualization, it’s time to live the part. Become the person you saw at the end of the vision. How does that person move? Think? Act?


Reinforce the Message


Visualization needs need back-up to be successful. The world is full of negative influences, some of them finding root in your own mind. Keep your self-talk positive, use affirmations, and look for ways to constantly reinforce the vision in your mind without tearing it down.


Make the Vision Tangible in a Way You can See it


Creating a dream board or collage will set out your visualization in a place where you are constantly reminded of the experience. Seeing it over and over will also reinforce your goals and strengthen your resolve.


By following these steps, you’ll find you will find your dream becoming more and more solid. Of course, you’re going to have to put in the work to achieve what you want. However, by using visualization, you get clear where you’re going and how to get there. 

Wednesday, 27 April 2022

Develop the Growth Mindset Habit

When deciding what new habit to pursue, it’s easy to look at all the things we shouldn’t do as a place to begin. We want to stop smoking or stress eating. We want to learn how to say ‘no’ or to quit spending so much time on social media.


Have you ever considered the flipside of all that by building a habit that’s positive? What if the habit you formed was one of growth and personal development?


Having a growth mindset positively impacts your life in multiple ways, so it’s a great healthy habit to build into your life. What are the benefits of developing a growth mindset?


1. You keep learning. Learning is important as you not only discover new ways to do things, but by making a practice of constantly learning, you develop new ways of thinking, and new ideas. Learning connects you with more of the world and helps you see things with a deeper significance than you ever thought possible. But more than that, people who stop learning very quickly stagnate. Studies have shown that the practice of learning new things when you are older helps ward off problems related to dementia. In short, learning is good for your brain!


2. You learn perseverance. As we learn new things, we adapt and change how we think. That gives us the ability to see other solutions to problems that would have frustrated us in the past. By challenging yourself to grow, you learn how to push through obstacles and find new paths.


3. You learn how to embrace challenges. Growth can be challenging. But by pushing yourself to grow, that means you’re also pushing yourself to look at challenges differently. An obstacle now becomes an opportunity to learn something new and to do things in a way you haven’t before. 


4. You learn how to embrace failure. When you’re interested in growing as an individual, you start to see failure differently. Everything becomes a potential lesson in a way that you didn’t think would work. 


5. You become more open to criticism. By being willing to grow, you start to see that the input of other people has significance. You see their words not so much as something negative, but something you can use to develop as a person and learn something about yourself. You might not always like the lesson, but that’s part of growing too.


By embracing personal growth, you find the best version of yourself. You’re able to become more than you ever thought possible, and then you turn that around by finding out that you can become more still. You’ll find that the furthest edges of yourself are far beyond what you thought you ever could be. 


Why Knowing What Success Means is Crucial to Succeeding

When you go on a journey you know where you are starting from, where you are going and how you are going to get there. If you want to bring success into your life, then those same elements are key. To create success, you must know what success means to you. Success is different for everyone so there is no 'one size fits all' way to achieve it.


To discover what success means to you is a simple process. Follow the steps below and you can create a plan to achieve the success you desire in whatever area of your personal or professional life you choose. You will discover the success habits you need to build into your life to achieve your goal.


First, you need to decide what you want to achieve (your goal) to be successful. Write it down. Be very descriptive and use the present tense.


Write down why achieving this is important to you. What does it mean to you? How motivated are you to achieve this goal?


Then, write down how you will feel when you achieve your goal. How will your life change? Again, be very descriptive and write using the present tense.


Next, write down your current situation and how that makes you feel. Although that is how you feel right now try writing it in the past tense. This will begin to change the way you think about your situation and move towards creating the success you want. Your mind will begin to distance itself from your current situation and begin to believe that you are moving towards your goal.


You now have your starting and ending points on your journey to success. Now you need to fill in how you are going to get there.


What needs to change to make your situation change and to get you from where you are to achieving your goal of success? Write down each step. You will find that you will need to look at your mind-set, behavior and habits.


Identify potential blocks to achieving your goal. Write them down and add how you will overcome them.


By completing the tasks above you are undertaking one of the key success habits; goal setting. You are also learning to know yourself better which is another habit for success because self-knowledge and positive mind-set will help you identify your goal, understand what success means to you and create a plan that will help you achieve it.


To achieve success, you need to understand what success is, what it means to you and how you will achieve it.


How Passion at Work Helps You Get Ahead

A recent study has discovered 88% of people are unhappy in their job. The other 12% experience joy and passion for what they do.


Are you in this 12%?


If not, you’re not alone. Sadly, a lack of passion does more than make the day drag. When you’re not enthusiastic about what you do, you’re simply not going to be as productive or even as successful at what you do compared to the individual who gets excited about their job. 


Don’t believe it? Consider these ideas on how passion at work will help you get ahead.


Passionate People Focus

You can’t help but be intrigued by the things you’re passionate about. You can’t wait to dive in and see what makes things tick. This kind of focus enables you to see all the moving parts easily. It also keeps you more on task, and less likely to allow interruption as you hate to be pulled away from what you love. 


Passionate People Experience Less Stress


When you’re passionate, you’re just more relaxed overall. Why would you be stressing about doing something you love? Instead, you’re more likely to feel the satisfaction of doing what you love as you get stuff done. 


Passionate People are Creative


When you love what you do, you can’t wait to learn more about it. This interest in your work makes you more knowledgeable and more likely to notice things. This leads to more creativity in the course of your day.


Passionate People Get More Done


Passion is what wakes up a competitive spirit. You can’t wait to get things done just to see what comes next. All these things mean you’re putting out more work, and are much more likely to finish tasks over someone who isn’t passionate.


Passionate People Do Better


When you’re passionate, you’re going to be more interested in the details and will push more to ‘get it right’ just because you can. Being passionate means that you’re doing a better quality of work, which is, in turn, noticed by those around you. Hey, think about it. When promotion time comes, who would you rather move up, someone who hates their job and drags through the day or someone enthusiastic, quick to action, and gets the work done?


Passionate People Have Fun


Work doesn’t have to be drudgery. When you’re passionate, you’re interested in what you do. This interest makes the day just go faster. 


Passionate People Hate to Go Home at the End of the Day


This one should sort of speak for itself. When you find yourself wanting to stay and keep going with what you’re doing, you’re definitely in the right place doing the right thing. 


Wednesday, 20 April 2022

Identify What You Want And Set Goals

Most optimists have direction in their lives. They are not concerned about the future because they have solid plans in place for this. If you want to be an optimist then you need to know what you want and then do whatever is necessary to get it.


Identifying what you want


Most people don’t know what they want because they do not know the best way to identify this. It is not as difficult as you may think to identify the things you want in life. You just need to find some alone time, take a pen and some paper with you and ask yourself some questions.


You need to think about the different areas of your life that you want to improve. Some examples could be your wealth, your health, your career or business, your skills and so on. So, focus on each of the areas of life you want to tackle and ask yourself this question each time:


“What do I want to achieve with my [life area]?”


Each time you ask yourself this question you should come up with ideas. Your subconscious mind will help you here. Write down everything that comes to mind and don’t make any judgments. If you are struggling to come up with ideas then just ask the question again.


At the end of this exercise, you should have a list of the things that you want. You cannot achieve all of these at once so you need to whittle these down to one or two. Look at each idea and imagine how you will feel when you have achieved it. Make the feelings as strong as possible. Go for the ideas that have the strongest feelings associated with them.


It is fine to start with just one idea. If you take on too many ideas at once you are unlikely to achieve any of them. We recommend that the maximum number of ideas is three. 


Now Create your Goals


For each of the ideas that you have finally decided on, you need to create a goal for them. We recommend using the SMART goal setting process for this. The SMART acronym stands for:


·      Specific

·      Measurable

·      Achievable

·      Realistic 

·      Timed


It is essential that all of your goals are specific. Just wanting more money is not going to work. You need to specify the exact amount of money that you want to make. All of your goals need to be measurable so that you can track your progress. 


Don’t go for goals that are not achievable or realistic. You are not going to win a gold medal at the Olympics for running if you are in your fifties and overweight. Finally, you must add a deadline to all of your goals.


Add an Emotional Driver


To really spice up your goals and make you jump out of bed every day to achieve them, you need to add strong emotion into the mix. Think back to the reason why you chose your goals in the first place. What were the feelings that you experienced when you imagined that you had already achieved them?


Create Plans for your Goals


Now that you have your goals set you need to plan how you are going to achieve them. Your aim here is to come up with daily actions that will move you closer to your goals when you complete them. 


Sunday, 10 April 2022

Choose Your Goals Wisely

Goal setting is something that a lot of people simply don’t really understand. That is to say that they take the entire wrong approach to it, which in turn results in them never seeing the results that they hoped to see.


There are lots of things we could improve about goal setting, but for now we’re going to look at one thing specifically that relates to the Japanese concept of “kaizen.”

That is: being too ambitious right away.


Now, just to be clear, there is nothing wrong with ambition. There is nothing wrong with deciding your goal is to become president of the United States, to have the best body that anyone has ever had. Or to become filthy rich.


That’s all fine.


The problem is when you try and achieve that immediately.


The perfect example of this is working out. So many people will go from not exercising at all, to taking on a training program that is hugely too ambitious for them. So for example, they might decide that they are going to try and work out four times a week at the gym. That sounds like a reasonable and modest goal, until you realise that they’re going to be training for an hour, probably travelling for 30 minutes, and likely showering for 20. Throw in getting changed, and preparing for the next day, and suddenly you’re introducing about 8 hours of work into your routine.

Eight hours is not a small amount. In fact, it is an entire working day!


Not only is this a huge amount of time, but it’s also a huge amount of energy you are expected to expend. And if you aren’t exercising right now, it’s probably because you don’t have the time or energy! What is going to change this time exactly?


Better is to set a target of training at home for 20 minutes twice a week. A far more modest aim, but a much healthier start.


A similar example is when someone wants to create an app. So often they will come up with an idea for an app they think will change the world – an app that they think can rival Facebook. This requires cloud computing, security measures, and all sorts of other things! Can they program? Well… no.


There is nothing wrong with this ambition. But it should not be the first thing they make. The first thing they make should be a clever calculator, or a throw away game. THAT is how you succeed.


Start small. Be consistent. Success takes time.


Tiny Things Can Alter Your Day and Your Life

The concept of kaizen teaches us that making small, tiny changes to our routine and lifestyle can add up to overwhelming differences in your overall productivity, happiness, and performance.


An example of this might be to write a page of a novel every day. It doesn’t seem like a lot, but if you consider that an average novel might have 300 pages… well then you could easily write the whole thing in a year as a result!


Or what if you were to save just $10 a day? Again, it seems perfectly doable. But by the end of the year you’ll have putt away $3,600! Enough for an impressive holiday.

But kaizen is also about the way in which a single small deviation can have huge repercussions when it is amplified by time. What do we mean by that?


Well, consider throwing a ball to a target. When we do this, our brains actually perform incredibly complex math first. When you throw that ball, you need to get the angle and the force precisely right. If your angle is 5 degrees off, then that might not seem like a lot, but as the ball travels it will deviate from the intended course more and more.


The further it goes, the bigger the gap becomes.


Life is like this. You might be do something only very slightly differently every day, but over time that will add up to a greater and greater effect. This is particularly true in scenarios where there is a cumulative effect.


But it gets even simpler than that. When we consider the “butterfly effect,” we realize that even the smallest thing can add up to having huge repercussions.


Take for example shaving in the morning. You might decide one morning not to shave – because you’re in a hurry – or you might decide that you are going to.

Small difference, right? But what if on that day, you happen bump into someone in the street, an old colleague perhaps? You get to chatting and they think you look good – like you have your act together. They ask you some questions, and as a result, end up offering you to come and interview for a new job.


What if you hadn’t shaved? What if you were looking tired and unshaven? Might they not have given you that opportunity? 


It’s very possible. And while this isn’t exactly what we mean by kaizen, it does highlight one very important truth: tiny differences add up to huge results. So focus on the minutiae!


Tuesday, 5 April 2022

Isn't Life Happier Without Regretting the Past

It feels good to be bad from time to time because we liberate ourselves from limitations. Even so, later on some of us experience a little guilt feelings, but that soon passes because the fun is worth it! Declination fall into a different category. We have made a mistake or ‘We should have...’ Maybe, we said hasty words in anger or chewed over on a financial conclusion and lost. We fall into a damaging loop beating ourselves up emotionally by chew on our actions, words and silence, like in poor taste gum over and over again. This contemplation saps our vitality and impedes acting forward.


Since everyone feels some sort of regret when chewing over on the past, it only converts a problem if: you tend to amplify what you did or didn’t do or get hooked to feeling pitying yourself. If either of those traits applies to you, then repent is causing you to get stuck in a moment. In the circumstance of a life what is a moment?


Look closely at the anatomy of your heart, both hard and soft, straining and relaxing, broadcasting and releasing, foods and waste products. The heart is Chinese medicine’s metaphor for governance the self. The heart is the anatomic source of flow and the goal in life is to flow in whatever you are doing, instead of fighting the current. When you are in a state of flow, you accept what you are doing this moment. This frees your mind and your spirit from past concerns. You can experience life as it comes rather than fearing it or missing out because of past errors. This is the heart of the issue.


Regrets dilute your present. Learn from your battles the way a boxer or martial artist does. Battles on the outside prepare you for conflicts on the inside. There are no declination in fisticuffs, or karate, only learning how to ameliorate technique and do better. Regret is like a blind spot in your life. When you are aiming, you know there is a optic disc in your mirror, so you correct for it. Similarly, when you navigate life, regret will be ambuscading there. Take the advantageous amounts to manoeuvre around it:


Don’t take failure too badly. There is a danger of falling under great negativity and causation yourself a bit much worry. As a answer, you will bear on to actualize bankruptcies because they have become a part of you. When you feel pain in your body, the more you think about it, the more it hurts. Remove your focus from the pain and it hurts far lease giver not at all. Don’t linger over your faults. Pass them by like paintings in a museum that you don’t especially like. Or else concentrate on the paintings that you do like.


Be agreement of others and likewise yourself. Forgive readily, particularly yourself.

Let regret lead you to a more coherent thought process and more exact action. Civilise kindness toward others who triumph when you fail and toward those who drop off when you win. By being kind to others you will get accustomed to kindness. It will become a part of you and make you feel like a better person. At last, you will be kind to yourself, see your worth and not beat yourself up over a past error!


It is Easy to be Hardworking

Why is this so arduous, I wonder. All I have to do is assemble a few sticks of wood and blot them with white paint, but I feel like I'm making a cross for my own execution. Already I've carried out a tablet full of aims and a forest of pine lath. I want this to be aright."I'd like a white treillage," was your humble request. "Something for a background at my wedding. Sarah Parkes will cover it with ivy. It will be beautiful, Daddy, a symbol of life. "


I was glad you asked me to make the treillage because I wanted to have aside in the wedding. Seems like men are generally in the way at such affairs - like chess pieces standing around, waiting to be "laid. " The groom himself would never be missed if he didn't show. They would just stand a cardboard cut down in his place and no one would be the wiser.


Weddings are of women, by women and for women. But with this treillage, I can have a part of the action. If I can ever get it made.


I've made far harder things for you, like that compound cradle for your doll, and that two-story doll's house with handmade trappings. And your desk, with all the bloomers. But this trellis!


Kneel one the terrace I carefully weave the pine slats into a hachure, and a design slowly comes forth. As I work, I ponder the way your life has woven itself into mine, and I wonder what I will be like without Natalie around the house. Can we unweave twenty-one years of sharing? Can a father bring out his daughter without coming a little unravelled himself?


It's not that I do not want you to marry. I do. When your ambitions come true, so do mine. Flat is such a good choice. A gentle, handsome man, as committed to you as your parents. "Nat and Matt" sounds right, like a little poem. I can barely see to drive these tiny aces. Allergies probably. Or perhaps it's the cool April breeze that keeps fogging my eyes. Or the smart aroma of pine wood.


They will stand this trellis up on the arrange at church. My job is to take you by the arm and gently lead you down the aisle to the trellis. Another man will help you up the next step of life. I'll sit there stoically with your mother, watching you adopt someone new. Your sister will sing your favorite songs. Your grandfathers will perform the ceremony. And God will come down to bless the brotherhood. Your mother has it all coordinated.


All I have to do is finish this simple trellis.


When the conjoining is over, they will fold this ivy arbor and jostle it into a dark storeroom, where it will be forever forgotten. But memories of my little girl will vine themselves through the arbor of my heart for the rest of my years.


I stand the treillage up against the service department and slather it with bride-white paint - this fragrant veneer that addresses the old, broken tree with beauty and promise.


Painted, the trellis looks like two alabaster gates. Gates that lead to a future I may never see, if you move far away. Out there on the long road of daily living, who knows what will happen? There will be long days filled with sweet monotony. Bright bits of joy. And boring hours of sorrow. I wish for you the full spectrum of life.


I rub the cloying blusher from my fingers with a rag that wont to be your favorite T-shirt. Then I stay away to assess my work.


Without the ivy it appears so empty and lonely.


It is after all, just a simple trellis.

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Motivate Yourself to Accomplish Your Goals

To some people, brush their teeth in the morning is a part of life and is an all-important necessity that is done automatically, to other, brushing their teeth is a chore and the only reason it is done is to avoid the conceivable outcome of a cavity that will not be pleasant at all. In that case their motivation is the simple fact that this so-called boring chore can lead to a more unpleasant outcome if it is not done now, even so the other half doesn't see it as a chore at all and as such they do not need motivation to do it.


In that same good sense, many people live by the "it could be worse" philosophy and those persons tend to not need much to be actuated. When they suffer a minor or even major set back, they tend to concoct how bad it could have really gotten and choose instead to focus on what is left and try to rebuild from that. I guess you can say that they also fall into the "glass is half full" bunch. But the simple fact is that if you linger over the worse part of the trial by ordeal, you will quickly become de-motivated and depressed and will consequently prefer to abandon than start again.


Another great saying that orders the life of most motivated people is the one that arrogates that all things happen for a reason. While you do not have to inevitably believe that, you can opt to think that if something goes wrong, it only bechanced because it is preparing the road for something to go actually right and if it had not in fact failed, you would have come down the wrong road under the impression that it was the right one until you access that road block. Can you conceive of if that were true, you would have confident yourself that you were on the right path because it looked good from the commencement, but when you meet that roadblock without any way over or around it, you will none but two choices; stay in that one spot for the rest of time, or change of mind and go back, then start over on another road.


The aforesaid ways of looking at life may not seem hard-headed, but they will help you to keep your saneness and stay focused when you have a task to complete. It may be a small task that can be completed in a couple of minutes or a few hours, or it may be a task that will take you a few months or a few years. Whatsoever the task may be and even so long, the best thing that you can do for yourself is to assert a positive mental attitude and that will keep you motivated.


Sadness Into Gladness

Are you feeling sad about something today? Your business, financial situation, health, a family relationship? Would you like to get rid of the unhappiness and replace it with gladness? You are able to do it. You just need to try!


Two thoughts can't absorb the same space at the same time. You can't add darkness into a room well alighted, or live one way and pray another way. The present condition can be better empathised in the context of the past.


"Investigators from Iowa State University's gerontology program have aided identify what anticipates happiness and long life in centenarians, likewise as what causes depression in 80-somethings and above." You can be not excessively satisfied with your total current capability and physical well-being, but you are still able to be a very happy person.


The key to help unlock the door from sadness into gladness implores the question, "What have you learned from your past? Was there another time in your life when you possessed half the money you do now? Did you go through any happiness during that time of your life? Is it possible the same could be true for you now?"


Fearfulness and being too much worried is a disease which only borrows grief from tomorrow. Like a rocking chair, you move a lot but don’t get anywhere.


What makes you most pleased today? The love of your spouse? The strength of your faith? Just precisely what makes you most happy about being unambiguously you? Can any of these be bought? If you're like most people, the answer is no.


Love, appreciation, and respect, are never bought, they are earned. They are gained by faithfulness to the values and core attributes you look up to most passionately.


Walt Disney was aroused from his newspaper for not accepting any creative ideas. Lucille Ball didn't get an actors job because she was too shy and had no personality. Michael Jordan didn't make his high school basketball team because he had no talent. What we can learn from this is your greatest strength can amazingly rise from your greatest struggle.


Diamonds are formed under pressure. Pearls are conceived are the abrasive abrasion against sand. Fine wines are formed by the pressure of squeezing grapes. You are being formed into your brilliance under adversity. The sadness you experience today, could be your greatest happiness tomorrow. Don't give up five minutes before the miracle. Expect the best ever you is yet to come!


Self-Improvement Tips For Today’s Fast Pace Life

The world today is soaring up and we have to find ways to cope with the accelerate of changes in order not to be left behind. Self-improvement is very authoritative for each individual particularly in this day and age. Why? 


Because the world's population is acquiring by the minute and the skills that are uncommitted via the standard academician channels are replicating at the same rate. Thus, if we prefer to succeed in this world, we have to engage in any kind of self-improvement effort. If we simply go with the flow and not take the initiative to further our personality and skills, chances are, we will not amount to anything, at all.


Now, people living in the city are perpetually under force from the fast paced life that they live. More often than not, many people get deluged and unable to cope with the stress that they face in life, from work, family, friends and society.


When that happens, people analyse. Some suffer from depression as a result, some get mental breakdown, some turn to dependences like smoking and drugs. In some inauspicious cases, some fall back to violence. All these need not bechance if individuals know how to address the emotions and their thoughts and this is only through self-improvement.


Here are 3 simple and yet efficacious self-improvement ideas that get you started today.


1. This is the most important one that you have to remember. Whatever emotion you feel is a direct consequence of your thoughts. You can change that. Now here's an example : if you feel deluged, instantly think of something else. If you always feel super happy when you see your baby's smiling face, think of your baby's smiling face when you feel overwhelmed. That will directly change your emotion.


2. Stop charging others and start accepting responsibility yourself for your life. Whatsoever the life that you are having right now is the answer due to a series of conclusions and reactions that you made antecedentally. So do not blame anybody else. Once you admit this fact, realize that it is accurately because of this that you know your life is in your own hands and you have the power to change it. Remember that the past does not equal to the future.


3. Start educating yourself. Yes! Start picking up books or listen to audios from self-development gurus. Education in this area definitely helps. If you can afford to, invest in a program or course by one of these gurus to help you speed up your progress in the area you desire. 


What is a Positive Consciousness?

A Positive Consciousness is a mentality (mindset) where an person continually feels positive emotions like hope, love, faith, sex, romance, ebullience, and hope. The positive mindset is thankful for all the people that have and will have it, and they are faithful to the actions that will effect change and successfulness. The person who has a positive mindset doesn't have room in their beliefs for negative emotions. Somebody with a positive mindset all the time finds the good in every situation and acknowledges that goals aren't met nightlong and are willing to take a deputise faith and stay attached to accomplishing their goals, positively. If you are actively controlling your thoughts in order to have your mind filled with positive emotions then you have a positive awareness. 


So how do you change your mindset?


First you must agree that negative and positive emotions can't co-exist. You must have fear or faith; there is no enough room for both. Most people have to do a bit of work to build a Positive Mindset and that is not difficult to do once you have the "tools" you need. You may be thinking to yourself "how can I concentrate on the positive when negativity is all around me?" This is where affirmation, imagination, meditation, and vision boards come into play. You can learn how to change your mindset and begin living the life you want just by using:


1. Affirmations


2. Your imagination


3. Meditation


4. Vision boards


Here is each tool set out for you in detail.


1. Affirmation- Positive self-talk is a way to embed positive ideas and thoughts on your subconscious mind


2. Meditation - Take a few moments at the end of every day to sit and relax your mind in a quiet place that you like.


3. Imagination- Imagine you are living a life exactly as you want. Believe that you are going to have it soon. 


4. Vision Board - A poster board with pictures of what your life looks like when your goals are met, and after you made it put in a place that you can see it every day.


There are many ways to change your mindset you just have to decide that you want to live better and you are ready to try harder. You have to desire to have more, be more and do more no matter how difficult it is because you are able to do it. The tools outline above can be brought together in a way to meet your personal needs so that you can have that positive mindset that you need to have the success you desire.