Out of all the goals I’ve achieved in my life so far, I believe more than a few were due to manifestation. It has been a bit of a journey to get to where I am today and become the person I am today – and I’m still working towards my vision for the person I ultimately want to be.
Sometimes we can achieve a simple goal, other times it takes a bit more power – and manifesting. I’ve been reflecting recently on who I have to become to reach a certain goal. What does that guy look like? And what do I have to do to become him?
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Sometimes to accomplish something you never have before, you need to become something you’ve never been before. This could be a new habit or new mindset, it’s up to you to find out what will help you to achieve your goal.
You can call it a vision, a goal, a dream – whatever it is to you. Choose something you know will improve your life, bring you happiness and a sense of contentment. Think about your desire to make this vision a reality, get into that mindset and put that out into the universe.
Truly believe in what you’re putting out there and what you’re trying to attract into your life. Envision yourself in that situation, holding what you are trying to attract, being what you’re trying to attract. Put yourself in that place, notice how it makes you feel and set the intention that this will be in your life. Re-structure your mindset or habits to encompass the feeling behind this vision. Create reminders of this goal – simple, subtle reminders that will give you that feeling on a daily basis.
Trust the universe and believe in your vision. Obsessing over it is sometimes not the best way to manifest – don’t be too demanding, pushy or set deadlines. Be open to the way this vision may manifest itself and openly invite whatever may come your way.
Have you ever manifested a goal into reality? Let’s hear it below!
Mike Watts is an entrepreneur, speaker, husband, and father.
Before becoming an all around badass by radically reinventing his own life, he used to work for Phillip Morris. Today, he shows business owners how to expand their choices, do less and create the financial lives they want.