What You Say (And Do) When You Make Your List Of Personal Goals
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*Make a list of what you would like to have, to do, and to be during the next 30 years.
*Write down why you wish to attain each goal.
*Start a Goals and Visualization Journal. Collect photos, brochures, etc. that match the items on your list.
*Every day read the goals and look at the pictures. “The more real and detailed your visualizations and imaginings, the faster and more accurately you will realize your goals.”
*Here, now, do something that takes you closer to a goal.
*Do everything with gratitude–the gratitude of knowing you are guaranteed success if you act in the ways of these laws.
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