We all have a mission with our lives; we also have a burning desire to achieve individual goals and dreams. How many of us know what our purpose or passion in life is, why most of us work in a job we hate. Why do we do things we dislike with our lives, whether it is a relationship or any other obstacle that will hold our abilities from progressing forward.
How do we change our self-direction if it is not providing us with any self-development for our future? We write out our goals; we can see what we want in our inner minds, but never achieve it. One of the most logical reasons I can come up with is that it is not all that important if it was, we would focus on it until we achieved it. Alternatively, perhaps we just do not know how to make the commitment to changing our mindset to becoming the person we want to become. It will take an enormous amount of time, effort and, discipline to make adjustments to our mindset.
One of the simplest ways to understanding what are your strengthens and weakness is by writing them out on a piece of paper. Take a sheet of paper and write on one side the Pros and the other side the Cons. Cons being your weaknesses and the Pros being your strengthens. Providing you with a crystal clear perspective of what is holding you back. You will have a lot of fun with this simple exercise, and it will demonstrate many areas about who you are, that you had no idea even existed.
I always like to start with the Pros, and it establishes a positive flow for you getting started. You will change this, many times as new streams of ideas come to your mind. Try writing out 25 items for each section; this is important because you will then eliminate 15 of the ones that are not the most significant achievements and keep the ten most important things as your Pros and 15 for your Cons. The reason I say keep 15 for your Cons is that this is the section that you want to improve on.
Once You have chosen the ten most important Strengthens, you have within your abilities and the fifteen weaknesses you are going to change forever. Becomes your cheat sheet of who you are, remember you can always go back and revise this list it is not written in stone as of yet. You will know when you have your master copy of strengthens and weaknesses. Once your satisfied with what you have in front of your eyes we will move on to the next step.
The hardest steps you will need to be as honest with yourself as possible. Otherwise, this exercise will become a waste of your energy and not have any effect on your development with your mission in life. Now I Need you to write 25 goals that are the most significant accomplishments that you want to achieve. Once you have written, all 25, eliminate 15 of them and only keep the ones that are truly rated as a ten, not a seven or a nine "but a ten" this is imperative.
You now have your purpose in life written out; it could be anything that you have a burning desire to do, and you will do anything to achieve it. Whether it is getting a new job, new relationship, starting a new company as long as it is the most important ten items you want to achieve.
With each goal, you will need to write a precious reason on why it is important to you and how you're going to achieve each one. The more details you provide with this goal will help you understand why you need this to be part of your life. I would not add any dates on when you need to achieve this. Only adds additional tension that you do not need
Each morning in front of a mirror you will want to read them out loud to yourself, and believe it is happening 25 times and repeat this process again before you go to be, so your subconscious mind will take over as you sleep. Repetitive is the mother of all skills, simple as that. Do this each and every day and you will see a drastic change in how you think and react. People will see you totally like a different person; you will walk and talk with confidence that you never knew you had.
All the Best,
Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
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