Hey Hustlers, This is the final post related to goal planning. So far you have written your goals and break it into pieces with given timeline and identified your idols to model them who has similar achievements what you are looking for.
Let me share few strategies with you which will keep you closer to your goals and keep reminding you about them.
1. Print your goals and frame it. Hang it anywhere you will see it each and every day at least once in morning and once before you go to bed.
2. Visualization - It's one of the most powerful techniques you would have ever come across. Find a peaceful place, sit down relax and close your eyes. Visualize your progress and imagine how you are achieving all your goals - see images of your progress. See the images brighter, hear your close ones praising you, see yourself in a gorgeous outfit and create your imagination like you are having lunch with your idols (most successful people). Best time to do this is before you go to bed or early morning. Remember your subconscious mind doesn't find the difference in what is real and what you are imagining and it's powerful enough to make things real what you are visualizing.
3. Gratitude - Wake up each morning and thank the universe for things what you already have. I personally feel grateful for having a lovely family, for the people in my life, my upbringing and the journey what I have gone through so far. It can be for the smallest things like you are able to breathe and are alive. Sometime we focus so much for future we tend to forget what we already have. So just be thankful for same.
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Write down your goals and dreams, then set the date! Thinking about it is not enough 👏
Beautiful, delicate drawings of the moon, based on Galileo, by Carol Moore... #seeiteveryday
A little wall piece by @hjohnthompson
from years ago...I love seeing this every day and have to save up for a newer, bigger one... #seeiteveryday
The first piece of art I bought, a print by Rosemary Feit Covey, still creeps me out a little. I've never been bothered that I partly fell in love with it because it has a title derived from a Paul Bowles story, which it has nothing to do with... #seeiteveryday
Whenever I move into a new place, one of the first things I hang is this collage by @planetj13
...I've always loved it because it helps me see how an artist can rearrange the world...These days, I am sure I'm not the only artist to feel the need to imagine and work for a better world...
Today, the collection spotlight falls on a photo by the remarkable @donald_camp
, whose images and approach to making work have always been great inspirations... #seeiteveryday
Looking forward to a visit from @jasondunda
, whose tiny, comic detail painting I enjoy seeing near the books... #seeiteveryday
Going to post art in my home for the last few weeks on Instagram...so many artists here I live and think about everyday. Let's start with RiCardo Cardona