Here’s a quick tip you can use to rapidly accelerate your progress toward whatever goal your going after.
It’s based on the idea that our conscious brains are extremely limited in what we can see “out there.”
Studies have estimated that while there’s literally MILLIONS of bits of information hitting our senses every single second, our conscious minds can only pick up a small sliver of a fraction of all of that.
What we see consciously is a mix of evolutionary programming (danger, food, sex) and conscious choices (red car syndrome).
Basically, our “pre-conscious processor” picks out and shows us what we’ve decided is “important.”
This is why pregnant ladies suddenly see pregnant ladies everywhere.
Back to the tip.
Before you go to sleep tonight, revisit your goal in your mind. See what you’ll see, feel what you’ll feel, and hear, taste, and smell what you’ll hear, taste and smell when your goal is achieved.
Then, the next day, look for evidence that you are succeeding. Look for proof.
The more “real” you make your visualization, the more proof you’ll see.
It might help to jot down a few things you’ll see the next day that indicate you’re making progress.
It might also help to jot down a few things that you’ve seen, that day, that are proof that you’re making progress.
After all, with all the millions of bits out there to pay attention to, you may as well pay attention to the ones that are helping you get whatever you want, right?