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How To Focus On Your Goals
There will be times in each person’s life when they will feel like they aren’t doing as well as they have hoped or compared to their peers.
There are times when self-doubt will be so suffocating that you would rather sit still in one place rather than make a wrong move.
It’s hard to manifest your dreams when all you can think of is curling under your sheets and sleeping off the bad vibes.
What we’re here to tell you is that feeling like a failure will actually help you in making your dreams come true.
Even the most successful people around the globe have gone through multiple failures in their lifetime. And it is in these that they found the right formula for a successful life.
Without falling down, they might never have known the right way to climb up.
That said, here are a 2 methods on how you can help yourself keep focused on your goals.
CAUTERIZE THE WORRY WART IN YOU
People are worried 24/7. Whether it’s a consequence of something they’ve done in the past or the dread of what will happen in the future.
These kinds of thoughts can be debilitating.
The past has already happened, and your present is about learning from that and applying it for a better future.
There really is no point in worrying about what has already happened and what hasn’t happened yet.
It will only rob you of enjoying what you have now.
Our minds are so strong that they can make us believe anything. If we keep on thinking about the things that can go wrong, then most often than not, those thoughts will come true.
The law of attraction uses the same principle, but in the positive context.
If you think positive, the positive will come. You will be able to attract wealth, love, friendships and the like.
Use the power of the mind to manifest your dreams, not your fears.
LEARN TO TUNE OUT
When you find yourself entertaining these negative thoughts, you need to actively, consciously, divert your attention somewhere else.
It helps to visualize your brain as a gadget that can be turned on and off, or at the very least, one whose frequency can be changed like that of a radio or a television.
You need to know what kinds of thoughts trigger the panic or anxiety in you.
And to counter this, you need to think of an object, a person, or a place that can soothe you when the panic comes.
Visual people usually have a good method of combating scary thoughts because they know what it is that they need to picture right away.
If you’re not particularly visual, let’s say you’re auditory, have your peaceful go-to song on speed dial. If you’re more of a feeler type of person, it’s good to imagine a soothing scenario like let’s say a beach or the forest.
Different pictures work for different people. Don’t be boxed in a certain type.
What matters is that your method works for you.