Posts Tagged ‘End Result’
I’ve been verbed! At a recent meeting, a delegate told the gahering that he’d been
“Anned” (thank goodnes my name isn’t Roger ). Becoming
a verb isn’t something I set out to do but I’m not
If the first action in achieving success is deciding what you want (your major definite purpose and all consuming goal) and creating a plan to get it, this also involves ‘starting with the end in mind’.
Victoria Beckham famously said that she wanted to be “more famous than Persil” and she got her desire. Lots of people have become more famous than Persil but that was a side product of what they really wanted.
If you can’t decide on your major definite purpose or all consuming goal then starting with the end in mind may help.
What comes after that is your belief that you can get it. The old saying “whether you think you can or you think you can’t – you’ll prove yourself right” is absolutely true. Our thoughts are so powerful that they influence everything we do.
Do you believe you can get what you want? If not, what are the thoughts that are holding you back? The first step to working on a lack of self belief or self confidence is to acknowledge that you have them. The good news is that self-confidence really can be learned and built on. All other things being equal, self-confidence is often the single ingredient that distinguishes a successful person from someone less successful.
1. Decide on your definite major purpose or all consuming goal. What is the end result going to be?
2. Write down your goal and read it aloud twice a day. Imagine that you have already achieved it.
3. Do you believe you can get what you want? If not, find out what is stopping you and work on it.