What I did was buy a sheet of A1 card that's The Longevity Blueprint Review 4 x the size of regular A4 paper from WHSmith. I then bought magazines that I knew would have pictures of what I was looking for - homes, interiors, gardens, traveling, fitness. I even bought a dog magazine because my daughter's always asking 'when we have a big house can we have a dog'.To change your thoughts, try using affirmations in a repetitive fashion. For example, say you now make $50,000 per year, but you would like to make $75,000. Try something like "I am very grateful that I now make $75,000 per year." If your goal is to lose weight, perhaps try something like "I am slim, strong, flexible and sexy!"This may sound silly to you, but be persistent, post your affirmations on your mirror, and say them several times a day. Stick with these affirmations for days, weeks and months and prepare to be amazed.
If you don't know where you're going, you might wind up anywhere. Find your core values and figure out what is most important in your life. Then set goals in harmony with your values. Create the life you desire.Don't be afraid to think big! Medium goals will get you mediocre results. Once your thoughts and actions become aligned, the universe will provide more than you expected.Achieving success takes passion, drive and commitment. Get in touch with why you want these things you're striving for. Connect emotionally with what earning your success will mean to you. Use that emotion to fuel the energy to do whatever it takes, one step at a time. Build a burning desire!The road to success is not a superhighway. There are lots of bumps and obstacles along the way. It's not always easy; in fact it usually isn't easy at all. If it were, everyone would be rich.
One of the best things you can do is to expand your "comfort zone". By this I mean conquering your fears and doing the hard parts, even if it's scary. In other words, "feel the fear and do it anyway."Once you get clear that you are 100% totally responsible for your life, you're on your way to better things. Blaming others, like parents, your boss, your spouse, etc will keep you a victim forever.Realize that it is your choices alone that have made you what you are today. Take your power by saying "I'm responsible for my life" and don't look back.If you want more good things in your life, try expressing gratitude for what you already have. As you lie down to sleep try telling yourself "I'm so grateful for my life and all the wonderful things I have." Appreciation for all the good things in your life, which you may take for granted, can open up space for all the new things you desire.
What is your definition of success Is it living in a big, beautiful home, driving a Lexus or an Expedition Is it having money in the bank and investments Maybe, success to you is having good health and the ability to play in the yard with your children or work in the garden. We all have our own definition of success.Yet, when is the last time you really thought about what being successful means to you We've all heard, "thoughts are things." It is imperative that we give our definition clarity. If I'm not directing my future, who is Don't cop out on me and say, "God." We are given free will. What are you doing with that free will What motivates you What wakes you up in the middle of the night What's more important; money, family, fitness, spirituality What order would you place such concepts Those are just a few items that may be on the list. For most of us, it is easy to put those in order of priority.