I take responsibility for my life. The future is my responsibility and no one else’s. My possibilities only open up when I know I’m responsible for the outcome.
I have clear, intense, emotional, measurable goals. My subconscious knows what is IMPORTANT and what I need to be aware of to achieve my goals.
I repeat my affirmations often to program my mind with my new ‘reality’, my new version of the truth. I practice my future perfectly.
My subconscious thinks my imagination is just as ‘real’ as my outer experiences. This is how I produce the new version of the ‘truth’ against which my subconscious will assess what I need to be aware of to accomplish my goals.
I control my self-talk and alter my thinking to support my goals. Whatever I spend the most time thinking about, I will gravitate towards.
I have 90-day action plans that determine what activities I must be doing to move me closer towards my goals. I review them at least every thirty days.
I have an ‘ideal’ weekly calendar produced from my activity plans to assure that it’s possible to accomplish my goals with the time/commitments that I have.
Every week I fill out my schedule from my ‘ideal’ calendar. I get everything on there. If its on my schedule I make time to do it.
I ceaselessly monitor and measure my activities to assure that I am on track towards my goals.
I have consistently scheduled planning time
I have a support group (or person) who helps me to grow and move forward and who helps me discover my ‘blind spots’ so that I can fix them.
I’m accountable to someone who’s supportive of my goals and whom I respect. I tell them what my actions should be and I welcome them asking me if I have accomplished them. I welcome them giving feedback on the results.