I’m sure you know the importance of setting goals, right?
Otherwise, you’ll just kind of float around, and be guided by your instinctive programming.
Money, sex, safety, food. Truth is, more often than not, these are enough to keep you going.
But unless you’re content to just get by, you want more. A lot more.
So you set goals. Maybe big goals. Maybe HUGE, lifetime goals.
And as I’m sure you also know, goals aren’t automatic. And they aren’t easy. Once you set a goal, that’s good. But that’s just the beginning.
There’s going to be a lot of roadblocks between where you are, and where you want to be.
And some of these road blocks are only internal, but hidden. From you, by you.
Sure, anybody can set a goal to get a million dollars. All you’ve got to do is say, “I plan to earn a million dollars.”
Any goof can say that.
But unless you dig down deep, and uncover all those limiting beliefs that are telling you (incorrectly) that money is hard, or money is evil, or whatever, you’re going to have troubles no matter WHAT you do.
So what DO you do? Here’s what:
Write down your goal on the top of a piece of paper. Real paper.
Then right underneath it, write “I can’t get this because…”
And then write down EVERYTHING that pops in your mind. What you’re looking for something that feels like a punch in the gut. Some kind of internal belief about yourself, your capabilities. You’re looking for some kind of limitation. An internal restriction.
Once you’ve got it, all you need to do is destroy it with the many Objection Destruction patterns.
If you systematically go through and obliterate your limiting beliefs (something very few people do) your goals will suddenly start coming true like magic.