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How to Write Your Goals Using the Law of Attraction

How To Write Your Goals Law Of Attraction

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We’re well into the new year now, and you’ve already had some ideas and goals, but you find yourself drifting far from them. This is why we’re giving you this guide on how to write your goals using the law of attraction.

The law of attraction isn’t always about just thinking positive thoughts. It’s also about putting them out in the world yourself. Writing goals in the right way will help you achieve them. Achieving your goals have many benefits that will lead you to a meaningful, successful, and fulfilling life.

You might still be asking why the method of writing. There must be other ways, right?

Well, we’re here to show you.

Why Do I Have to Write My Goals?

Everyone preaches on how important it is to write your goals. Neuroscience proved it. Harvard Statistics showed how real that importance is too. But you might still be asking, why?

Here are the answers!

It Gives Clarity

Writing your goals down forces you not only to think clearly and hard about what you want exactly but to also think of clear steps on how to achieve them.

When you’re just thinking about your goals, you usually think of vague ideas, like be happy or be rich. Your thoughts are powerful and can dictate your direction when you put them on paper, you have a better chance of achieving them.

It’s not just to be happy, but how to be happy. Is it a long lasting relationship or a fulfilling career? Then you start thinking about the obstacles and writing those down to will give you an idea on how to get through them. Write as much detail as possible, it makes it easier to visualize.

It Helps You Commit

When you’ve written your goals down and the steps you need to take to achieve them, you hold yourself accountable. That way, it’ll be less likely that you ignore those steps once you’ve put them down yourself.

For a better effect, make sure you write deadlines too. Holding yourself accountable against achieving specific steps will get you closer and closer to those goals.

It Acts as a Reminder

Writing your goals down yourself will give them such a vivid image in your subconscious. You can make your dreams big, don’t limit yourself. You’ll be nagging yourself, even when you don’t realize it, that there’s something that you need to do.

With time, you’ll treat them with the same seriousness you treat college assignments or tasks in your job.

It Allows You to Review

Reviewing every once in a while will give you a clear idea of whether you’re moving towards your goals or not. Look for opportunities coming your way, stay open to the possibilities.  The more you look for them you will notice the things that will move you towards your goal.

It Gives You the Chance to Celebrate

You get to celebrate when you check off a goal from your list and reward yourself. Celebrate the small steps towards your goals too. This, in turn, will motivate you more to help you attract others, which eventually will turn into a circle of success and happiness.

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How Do I Write My Goals?

Now that you know how and why important it is to write your goals down, you want to start your doing it. But you’re still not so sure of the steps you need to take or how to write your goals in the most effective way.

No worries, we’ve got you here too.

1. Consider Your Goals

Spend some quality time thinking of what you really want. To give yourself a head start, think of your ideal future and ideal self. Those, however, must be compatible with your personality.

Define what those ideals mean to you personally, it’s never a one size fits all. You might think someone’s life looks ideal, and you start mapping your life to mimic theirs, but this will only drive you further from your real desires and yourself.

2. Make Them Specific

Now that you know what you want in your life and have imagined the perfect future, start narrowing it down, focusing on the specifics. What makes life ideal? What are the definite parts that make it whole?

Those are the questions you want to start answering.

For Example, if the ideal version of yourself in the future is a successful actress, make a specific goal of taking acting classes or studying critically acclaimed methods.

3. Classify Them

Not all goals are the same. Start making subcategories regarding the areas of your life. For example, there are goals for skills you want to acquire or traits you want to either adapt or feed-in yourself.

Another classification is between long-term and short-term goals. There are certain goals that could have both long-term and short-term subcategories.

For example, a career-wise goal could be split into two subcategories. A short-term one to get the job and a long-term one to get to the highest promotion.

This will help you focus more.

4. Prioritize

Write your goals in the order of importance to you. This is essential because as you write down your goals, you might realize that two or more aren’t compatible with each other.

Putting them in order will help you realize and choose the compromises you’ll have to make to achieve what you truly want.

5. Break Them Down

To help achieve your goals, break them down into smaller steps. For example, if one of your goals is to be more kind, then think of the steps you need to take to achieve that and write them down. This could do a stranger a favor every month and do a loved one’s a favor every week.

If your goal is something more career-oriented, then think of all the steps that would lead you to that desired position like enrolling in a course or take the training. Write the steps, one by one, of all the skills you need to acquire to get the job.

6. Set Benchmarks

It’s important to track your progress to see which methods work and which don’t. Create and say daily affirmations so you’re always aware of what you want to achieve.

Wrapping Up

Thinking positively about your future will help you work for a better one, but as we’ve shown you, it’s also key to know how exactly to work with it. This guide explained to you the whys and the hows.

Now it’s your turn to get that pen and paper and start planning out for success!

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Like most people I was interested in improving my lot in life. After watching "The Secret" I was hooked on finding out more and I want to share my findings with as many people as possible. "To give is to receive" so pass it forward.

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