HOW TO FOCUS ON THE GOAL WHEN YOU’RE JUST STARTING

You know what seems boring?

Those steps we have to take right now in order to manifest our goals. The steps practically offered to us; the ones we know will bring us to the ultimate goal but aren’t at all exciting at the moment.

The first day of the spring semester. The first pound lost. Gratitude for the money we have in order to manifest more. The first sentence of the term paper. The starter job. The starter credit card.

Anything we can or need to do to lead ourselves towards the ultimate manifestation. Start with thought and start with what you have now, right?

Does it sound exhausting to generate gratitude for every single thing?

It might sound that way at first. But there’s an opportunity in it.

practice daily gratitude, one step at a time – practice makes perfect!

In addition to gratitude for the current reality, we can also be grateful for our ideal reality. This can be even more fun! We should look forward to living our dreams and never question their certainty.

This security in attracting our dreams will take away boredom from those initial steps. Starter jobs will improve visualizations of dream jobs, or they’ll simply stop feeling boring.

Your perspective will change.

When the current reality feels boring, we should amp it up with visualization. We should think about having those exciting things we want to have, and thank the Universe as if we had received them already! This daily practice will brighten up our days and increase the awareness of having what we want!

NG

2 responses to “HOW TO FOCUS ON THE GOAL WHEN YOU’RE JUST STARTING”

  1. I think that the beginnings are usually the most exciting. If starting a new project feels boring already, it may be a sign that it is not the right project.

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