Getting clear about what you want…

In my study of successful people and the Law of Attraction, you really start to hear most of the same things over and over again. Not that I mind because the more I hear it, the more it sticks.

One of the things that I’m reading/seeing/hearing a lot besides “thoughts become things” is that you really have to have a clear vision of what you want. So in order for your thoughts to become things, your thoughts can’t be muddled, scattered… well, unless you want your life to be that way.

So I’m going to do the exercise that a lot of people suggest to do and that’s to write down exactly what I want. I think Frank Kern talked about this in his Core Influence presentation, describing your perfect day… if you could live your life how you wanted, how would you want to spend your day? I started to write it down on paper a while back, but this time I’ll be blogging it for the world to see. To get my intentions out there to attract the kinds of people who can help me make it a reality or at least help me elevate my mindset.

Mind Movies 2.0 is launching soon and their prelaunch videos have been excellent. What I’ve learned is that I need not only a clear visualization, but also emotion, and repetition. Emotion and repetition were what I was missing before… and without those key factors, nothing really changes. I guess you could say the only repetition I had before was continuing to do the same things that are keeping me where I don’t want to be.

Anyway, time for me to get writing about the things that I want. I sort of did this with the prosperity game a while back, but then couldn’t think of other things to buy, so I put that on an indefinite hiatus. This time it’ll be different since I won’t be focusing on monetary values, but more on the experiences that I’d like to have on a daily basis. It might take a few days for me to write it all down, but I’ll have it posted here as soon as possible.

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