Having A Powerful Goal

Having A Powerful Goal

Have you ever thought why you are not achieving your goals? It’s because your goals are not powerful and is vague. Your goals have to be great and clear enough to set your imagination on fire. Your goals must excite your imagination. Something powerful always excites the mind – either positively or negatively.

So your goals must have some kind of power to it and make every cells of your being vibrate to unite with the goal itself. A powerful goal has a life of its own. It has a great energy to create the greatest motivation in you to achieve it.

Your goal should move you and take possession of yourself. It wakes you up in the morning and get you going. It is so real that you can taste it, smell it and see it clearly in your mind. You become mesmerized by your goal.

Your goal has to be so powerful that it haunts you wherever you go. You are haunted by your goal. Wherever you go or whatever you do, your goal is there, standing beside you in your mind, looking and watching you. You are not able to take your mind off it.

You see your goals so clearly as if it’s a movie that keeps rolling again and again. It’s playing its play. Are you seeing it daily? How powerful is your goal? If it is so powerful it has to get you to do crazy things. Look at your own self and see the affect of your goal and you will know if you have a powerful goal or just an ordinary goal.

What am I trying to say? Simply, the goal itself does not matter, but what the goal does to you that matters. If you have a powerful goal, it has to make you move despite all the discouragement you might get to rid it off. Your goals should give you tremendous amount of power to achieve it.

How to get this powerful goal? It must be something you truly want.

If you are not hypnotist by what you want, you are not having a clear and powerful goal.

Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude. – Thomas Jefferson

One thought on “Having A Powerful Goal

  1. There is a difference between passion and obsession. Passion drives you to the top. Obsession gets you killed. A person who’s goals take precedence over everything else in life is someone who’s asking to be killed.

    It should inspire rather than haunt. Drive rather than push. Beckon rather than seduce.

    Goals that last a lifetime should be one that shouldn’t burn you up but let you grow as you move along. I should know. I’ve been keeping to my goals ever since I’ve been a child. They haven’t changed much at all, just the way in which I’ve walked towards it.

    There is always a price to pay for those sort of goals though. One way or another, for better or for worse, you have to choose between what you want for yourself and what you’re driven to do. Sometimes, those choices aren’t something any one should make.

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