The second step is to achieve them. Many people do get down to setting goals, but they don’t achieve them.
A goal set in motion will be achieved… unless, you stop thinking and acting on them.
It’s that simple.
For some reason people believe that the size of the goal is what makes it more possible. They also believe that they have to have the resources to achieve the goal.
This realistic thinking, however, has nothing to do with goal achievements.
The history of goal achievers shows that almost anything is possible.
People have overcome illnesses considered incurable; impoverished people, with no money, contacts, or opportunities, have become millionaires; and those with little or no observable talents have become world-famous performers.
The only thing that stops a goal from realization is you.
When you understand even a little about quantum physics and how the brain works, you’ll come to understand that nothing is impossible.
Your thoughts are the most potent things on earth.
If they are positive, they flood your body with the right chemicals to produce euphoria and energy.
If they are positive, they attract the people, circumstances, ideas, and opportunity that you need.
A carpenter longed to build skyscrapers. He learned how the subconscious mind can broadcast his goal until they attracted the right opportunity. One day, he went to work for a wealthy contractor. This gentleman became his mentor. He taught him how to raise capital, generate contracts, and all the other details of setting up lucrative projects. The carpenter prospered and eventually was able to move in circles where he was able to build skyscrapers.
If you create the right mental environment, you will create the right physical environment in which you cannot fail.
Saleem Rana got his masters in psychotherapy from California Lutheran University. His articles on the internet have inspired over ten thousand people from around the world. Discover how to create a remarkable life. Free information. theempoweredsoul(dot)com (This website is no longer online.) Copyright 2005 Saleem Rana. Please feel free to pass this article on to your friends, or use it in your ezine or newsletter. It’s a shareware article.