How To Get Anything You Want in Life

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Although there are many things you can do that will help you become successful, like focus, training and mindset, one of the most important keys, and the secret key, is action. Without acting on your goals and beliefs, your chances of success are non existent.

Once you have determined your goals and created the right mindset, your next step is to create a plan of action. A plan of action tells you where you are going and outlines the steps to get you there.If you want to make sure you succeed in life, and then succeed in your goals, here are the steps you need to take:

1. Start with your goals. Do you have too many? Create one goal in each major area of your life. The areas you want to create goals in are health, wealth, and relationships. The goals you create can be as big or as small as you want them to be. The point is to constantly seek improvement in these areas. Remember, the most important relationship you have is with yourself. If you don’t develop the relationship with yourself and the self esteem that comes with it, it’s almost impossible to grow in these areas. In other words, get in touch with yourself.

2. Have only one goal for each area of your life. That’s three goals. This is where you want to focus and then take action.

3. Write an action plan for each goal. What do you need to know here to accomplish each one of your goals? Find out what you need to know and then learn it, but don’t take too much time. As Michael Masterson says, “Ready, Fire, Aim.” You will never know everything you need to know in order to take action. It’s best to know enough.

Once you have enough knowledge here to get started, then go for it. Write out the steps to help you complete your goal. If you’re not sure what they are, then try backward planning. Start with the end goal in mind and then write out the steps until you are where you need to start. Most importantly, stay flexible.

4. Periodically assess where you are. This means looking at your progress. Are you doing something that isn’t working? If not, then what do you need to change? Can this action be eliminated? Focus on what works and stop doing what doesn’t.

When you have completed each goal, then create new ones. Goals are what makes life interesting and exciting. If you have a goal that doesn’t seem that scary, then maybe you need to consider creating more challenging goals. Remember, don’t create more than one goal in each area. Give each one a different deadline as in short, medium and long term goals. This allows you to create progress towards each goal each day. You may arrive at each goal at a different time, but this is OK. The point is to continue to take action until your goal becomes a reality.

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How To Get Exactly What You Want

J. Paul Getty was quoted for his formula for success: “Rise early, work hard, strike oil.” I’m a huge supporter of the practice of rising early (and if you’re not, you probably should be). But regardless of when you wake up, the other two actions in this formula are “work hard,” and “strike oil.”


When I first ran across this quote ten years ago, I had to laugh, because it looked like Getty was saying you have to work hard and hope to get lucky. But a decade later, I can see the more relevant meaning, and I’m about to share with you why Getty’s concept, perhaps more than anything else you might ever read, could be what gets you everything you want for the rest of your life.

It’s all about your expectations

In short, it all comes down to your personal expectation as to whether or not you’re going to strike oil. That’s it. That’s where it all starts. I can say this because that’s how reality works – you’re not going to get anything if you don’t work hard to achieve it. But you’re not going to work hard in the first place unless you have a strong enough expectation that you’ll be successful (or at least be successful at learning from the experience).

This is just how life works. Your motivation to take action, and to follow through until the job is done, is directly proportional to your belief that you will succeed. (Side note: In some cases, the belief in success isn’t even necessary – instead, you might be motivated by the fact your action will serve a higher cause, such as a ‘failed’ protest sparking a larger public awareness down the road).

If you break this concept down to the simplest parts, what you have is this: When you believe strongly enough that you will succeed at something, success is practically guaranteed – not because your belief creates the result, but because you don’t give up taking action on a massive level until you get what you want.

When you believe that success is inevitable, you are able to put aside the idea that “failure,” in the conventional sense, is a bad thing. Instead, it’s just a specific attempt that you can learn from. Another life lesson to be accepted and consumed, not feared.

When you believe that success is going to be the end result of you never giving up, then you are going to attack your objective with a greater energy, a greater passion, a greater work ethic. You’re going to be excited about what you’re doing, because you know that it matters. You know that whatever it is you’re doing, it’s adding value that will eventually translate into the result you want.

That unwavering belief lets you focus your thoughts on questions like “How can I … ?” rather than “Why can’t I … ?” The perspective of certainty gives you the ability to see obstacles as not these things that stand in your way, but instead as challenges that fuel your growth.

I’ve paid my dues

I experienced this myself as a ten year old kid in Brooklyn, New York. A horrible turn of events led to my mother getting murdered, my father going to prison for life, and me ending up all but homeless until I was taken in by a relative who was both an alcoholic and a drug user.

Years later, after I escaped the constant surroundings of drugs and violence, people remarked to me how surprised they were that I had avoided getting involved in drugs, alcohol, or any of the gang activity that was so pervasive during those years. Rather than any of that, I pretty much was a straight-A student who stayed out of (too much) trouble.

I always found it a bit humorous that while some people believed it was a solid foundation of strength that kept me on the straight and narrow, the thing that really kept me safe was that I didn’t really accept the idea that I could get involved in any of those things in the first place. I just didn’t know any better – I thought I was supposed to avoid them!

I just didn’t see it as possible or reasonable for me, so I never thought about it. Those things were problems “other people” got involved in, but not me. In fact, I viewed the daily challenges I faced as tests that were there to make me stronger, so one day my life could make some kind of difference. And poof – that’s exactly what happened. :

The point of all this is that all of my actions were driven by a firm belief that I would succeed eventually. That I would get through it all and come out okay on the other side. That I would strike oil. And it’s no different than the mindset you have to adopt to make any of your goals/dreams/objectives a reality.

There’s an old saying, “What would you attempt if you knew you could not fail?” While it sounds good on the surface (and it is, don’t get me wrong), it’s not perfect. Sure you could say what you would attempt if you knew you couldn’t fail, but that doesn’t help you when your brain is shouting, “Hey dummy, you’re probably going to fail, don’t you realize that?” The original question is a good start, but it needs to be taken a step further.

Instead of wishful thinking about what “could” happen, I’ve found a better question is more along the lines of “What will you attempt knowing that you will ultimately succeed, despite all the ‘failures’ that are sure to come along the way?”

Because, face it, life is going to throw some pretty rough stuff over to you. You’re going to have a lot more “go wrong” than you’d ever hoped for. But striking oil is about drilling deeper, even if you hit a few rocks along the way. In fact, the expectation is that you have to do a lot of drilling before you tap into that pocket of oil.

So let’s talk about setting expectations. An expectation, in it’s most literal sense, is a certainty that a specific result will occur.

If you’ve got a major goal that want to achieve, you need to have at least five things straightened out before you can really attack it full force.

#1 – You have to have the expectation that you, specifically you, can achieve this goal.

This one is a biggie. People typically have a lot easier time believing something is “possible” than believing it’s “possible for them.” They don’t fully believe that they will be capable of achieving a goal because they are missing something – the time, the talent, the resources, whatever. They have an unwritten expectation that they will not be one of the people who “has what it takes.”

That’s a load of garbage. If you believe that, even just a little bit, then it’s going to seriously damage your ability to take action. You’re never going to give 100% and stick with it until the job is done. If this is you, you need to fix this first. (Stay tuned for an upcoming article on how to do just that. I’ll link to it here when it’s ready).

#2 – You have to have the expectation that you will close the resource gap, no matter how wide it is.

This one is also a biggie. It’s easy to look at a large goal and feel like the distance between it and you is too wide. After all, how can you compete with the biggest successes in the world, who are already established? You can find out how by studying the people who do it every day, like skinny, broke college kid Michael Dell who took on IBM and Hewlett-Packard (and is still winning). If you’re reading this years from now, a hundred other stories just like his will have come and gone.

You have to, have to, have to believe any resource gap can be closed. A lack of time, money, manpower, connections … it all doesn’t matter, because there’s a number of creative solutions out there that you’re going to come up with to overcome all that.

If you don’t believe the resource gap can be closed, it won’t, because you won’t take full-out action to make it happen. But if you have the expectation that it will eventually be resolved, guess what’s going to happen. (Again, stay tuned for an upcoming article on how to do just that. I’ll link to it here when it’s ready).

#3 – You have to have the expectation that you will find a solution to every problem that will inevitably come your way. Every one.

You can’t guarantee a problem-free life. But you can guarantee that you see a ‘problem’ as an opportunity, so rather than being drained by the challenge, you are energized. Chew on this and decide how you’re going to make this shift in thinking. (In the meantime, bookmark this post and check back later to find a link to an upcoming article on how to do this.)

#4 – You have to have the expectation that every action you take matters. Every damn one.

This is critical. When you think taking action won’t matter in the long run, you simply won’t do it. But when you recognize that action accumulates – that the pyramids are built brick by brick, and every one matters, you’ll be willing to take action even when you don’t feel like it and your heart’s not in it.

Remember, everything you matters. If you don’t think it does, then you need to make that shift as well. Stay tuned for an article on that.

#5 – You have to believe that you can accelerate the process of getting to your objective.

This one’s my favorite. As you improve the discipline of following through and taking action on a consistent basis, you’ll want to find new forms of leverage to make the journey to completion a lot shorter. This is what “Million Dollar Leverage” is all about.

By holding onto the firm expectation that you can find ways of leveraging all your resources, you’ll be subconsciously looking for ways to make that happen, and as a result you’ll find a lot more of them. And that will get you to your goal faster. Much faster.

So, I hope I’ve sold you on the power of expectation to get what you want – to strike oil, whatever that means to you. If not, then read this article again and again until it sinks in. And then put your expectations to the test and get them correctly aligned. It’s a bit of work, but if you do it you’ll start seeing better results than you’ve ever seen before in a lot less time than you might imagine (unless your expectation is to see results right away :).

So get a pen an paper and get your expectations put in writing so you can drill them into your brain and use them to your advantage. Do it now – you’ll thank yourself for it.

How To Stay Focused On Goals Through 5 Simple Tips

In this article will share with you 5 simple tips help you staying focused on goals. To achieve your goal read entire tips below…

Most of case people have many works need to do in life. And the bad thing here is people don’t accomplish all of them, they only waste time and efforts on something they choose to start but don’t accomplish them. So staying focused on goals really need and challenge with people.

Each person in this world doesn’t need have so massive tasks need to do. That because people trying to cheat themselves with belief that if they don’t all of that things then they can have better life.

When we are facing with the world change very fast to grow we must improve and fit with change and we also need keep staying focused on goals. Might you feel very hard but there are something you can do in this case still help you focus.

Tip 1: Want It Bad Enough

Want your goals bad enough is the most important help you staying focused on goals and achieve them. Those goals very specific with you, so you need write them down that work will help you remember when you get distraction in the future and check them when accomplish.

Want it bad enough help you understand it really need with you. It also keep your motivation, help them become realistic.

Tip 2: Always Work With Most Important Things First

This is key in staying focused on goals, determine which tasks are important and these are the things you should work on first.

Look on your progress because you will see something done or growing than before, you also know how much things and efforts you need to give. This way, you get things done on time, allowing you to maximize your time and resources.

Tip 3: Prepare To Forward

Try to do it, done it, get experience on it even you failure or mistake, never give up it mean come to staying focused on goals of you. Always want to face with some obstacle or challenges, think ahead and you can prepare to forward.

Tip 4: Celebration When You Accomplish

Need to make inspiration for you and keep staying focused on goals, but also important to acknowledge what you have already accomplished. So you can make a small celebration when you accomplish something or simple give yourself period time to relax.

Most of case people don’t attention to do this work. But when people practice this and see results they will have more motivate to do more and believe in this. Very important if people choose to do something that make them feel good, it is good to start to do better things else.

Tip 5: Visualize You Achieved

You can think about results, keep your eyes on the prize. When you at situation hard to overcome obstacle or challenge, with practice to visualize will help you remain motivated.

Staying focused on goals, consistence you will see the results. With many people include me, most of time, we are excited and motivated when we first set goalsHealth Fitness Articles, but in process cause by we don’t see final results or have difficult we will lose momentum. So we can do something about this by follow these tips in fact.

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