How to Focus Your Mind and Achieve any Goal?
1. Give your mind clear direction
To give our lives direction, we have to be able to work with our minds. If the direction is missing, the mind takes in any outside influences that bring ordinary experiences into our lives.
Begin your days by getting clear on what you want to experience throughout the day. This one simple step can little-by-little change your life a lot. You can write your goals down on paper. Or you can envision your day while meditating.
2. Have specific goals
The more specific you’re, the better. It isn’t enough to decide that you’ll lose weight. This doesn’t motivate you enough to go and do something about it.
Be specific by how many pounds you would like to lose and also in what time frame period. Adding time to make your goals easier to achieve is very important.
Choose also a deadline for your goals. You’ll see that you’ll achieve your goals around the deadline (or a bit earlier). This will be proof for you that setting goals do work. The reason is again the same – focused mind brings into our lives the exact experience that we choose.
3. Redirect your focus on your goals daily
While working on achieving your goals, it’s critical to remind yourself of them daily. The best is to write your goals on a sticky note and then put it somewhere visible.
I often use this trick when I’m in my manifesting vibe and want to create a breakthrough in my business. I rewrite my goals daily before I start to work, and then I let them be. All of a sudden, I begin to notice that the exact opportunities gravitate to me.
Each day we need to give our minds a clear direction again or otherwise, it will get distracted.
The consistent daily action is what makes the most significant changes. If you have your goal written somewhere where you can see it every day, you’ll make sure you’ll make the right decisions.
4. Motivate yourself
Having a strong motivation is the best way to ensure that you’ll not stop focusing on achieving your goals one day after New Year’s Eve.
I love to write specifically about what I want to achieve and then write what would happen if I really create what I want and what would happen if I don’t.
It’s often the negative motivation that motivates us the most. I know that if I’m not consistent with my goals, then I’ll end up having the status quo and not achieve all the beautiful visions I have.
You can use negative motivation too. Envision your life if you don’t change anything.
Would you be happy 20 years from now?