One of the ways to ensure that you are successfully manifesting your vision is by following through on your goals with dedicated action.  However, it’s important to make sure that you’re pursuing your visions and goals with the most effective strategies so you can be successful in achieving them.

Now that you’ve gotten to the point where you know what you want to manifest into your life, it’s time to strategize and implement the actions that will help you be successful.  So let us begin!

First, I will share with you the five keys for successfully strategizing your plan. The old saying, “If you fail to prepare, you’re preparing to fail” speaks a lot of truth.  Actually, let’s talk about failure for a moment, because failure is not necessarily a bad thing.  We all know that failure at some point is inevitable.  What is important is that we view it as temporary, and get back on track right away.

As a matter of fact, we often learn more from our failures than our successes. Many great inventions and discoveries came about while working to accomplish something else.  So failure is a natural part of the learning experience and is nothing to be feared.

Since your goal is to succeed, you need to have a well-conceived plan, put that plan into action, and resolve not to give up.

In order to ensure your success, ask and answer these five key questions:

1.    What do I need to do to get started?

2.    What is likely to distract me? What might take my time, energy and effort away from achieving my goals? What can I do to prevent these things from holding me back?

3.    Who do I know that has had similar success and what did they do to get there?

4.     When do I want to achieve my vision?

5.     Who can help support me and hold me accountable?

If you ask yourself these five important questions, write down your answers, modify and adjust along the way, and ALWAYS stay in action, you will be well on your way towards achieving your goals.

So it is  finally time to start turning your vision into reality!  This is where action jumps into play, and where people struggle to get started because fear, doubt, uncertainty can take over.  So here are some helpful tips to get things moving forward and build momentum.

Do not dream it – BE IT:   It’s time to become a “doer” instead of a wisher. Once you jump into action and begin making progress, you are going to feel great! If fear is holding you back, take that first step no matter what, and you’ll quickly discover it’s not as bad as you thought. Take small steps in the beginning to ensure your success, build your confidence, and create a habit of action.

There are no perfect conditions: People convince themselves that if they wait for just the right circumstances, then they can get started. The problem is, there is no such thing as perfect conditions.  Such circumstances may not exist, which means if you wait, you’ll never start.  Now is the time, and now is the perfect circumstance.

Action overcomes fear:  Over the years we’ve heard life stories of many “heroes” and guess what almost all of them said? They admitted they had many fears, and they wouldn’t allow that to hold them back and stop them from pursuing their goals.  Many heroes have said that despite their fear it was their vision and commitment that helped them press on.

Regularly visualize yourself succeeding:  We’ve heard the same thing time and time again from celebrities, musicians, athletes and world leaders – their success came from consistently visualizing themselves accomplishing their goals over and then following through by practicing what they envisioned.

Wow, powerful stuff isn’t it?  That’s all for now. Be sure to look for the next blog,  the topic The Power of Your Words, Thoughts and Beliefs.

Make sure you click on comments and let me know how your doing with  your goal..

Until then,
Corinne McElroy


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