Part 1 of 5 - How "Pipe Dreams" Can Become Realities! © 2004, Jon Kogan, All Rights Reserved. http://www.zivomarketing.com
Take a look at yourself - inside and out. Where do you live what job do you have, how do you relate to your friends and family? What interests do you pursue, what adventures do you have?
What do you truly want from life? Do you want wealth and success, happiness and peace of mind? Do you want a family and a yard, a yacht or a sports car? Where are you going? Do you have a particular goal or are you just wandering through life?
You can accomplish anything you want in life - that's true. Once you have a particular goal, you can fulfill that desire by straightforward commitment and total conviction.
But what if you don't know what you want? Maybe your goals are small ones - like losing some weight, or buying a new car. Maybe getting a promotion of finding a mate. Whether you want a bigger apartment or want to be a corporation president, any avenue of prosperity and achievement is open to you if it is truly what you want.
No goal is too small; no dream is too big. And even if you aren't clear on your desires, you can tap into your subconscious mind to get answers and to find paths to success.
Can you change your life - do you want to? Can you picture yourself as your most perfect image of accomplishment? How does it feel? If you have desire to attain goals, commitment to follow through and ability to creatively imagine yourself in position you dream of, you are more than halfway there.
The most successful leaders and artists throughout history have followed specific paths and attained their hearts' desires. Keep an open mind and a hopeful outlook - then change your thinking. Put on clothes of success. Act as though you already have accomplished your desires. Then let reality catch up.
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
Take a choice: money, health, physical energy, beauty, power, recognition, adventure, contentment, achievement, authority, self-expression, love, peace of mind, enlightenment. Would you like any of these? If you are like most people today, you probably want ALL of these.
But if you search your true desires, you might find that there are a few things you want more than others. And, if you keep going in your search, you'll find one desire that has been with you your whole lifetime and is one path you need to follow.
Although money is obvious desire, it is usually not final goal. Indeed, money can, and does buy happiness - up to a point. Once you have enough money to be financially secure or to purchase material objects you want, true desire might be something else.