A few years ago, I had lost some monies and my wife called my brother to inform him of the sad event and wanted them to come to my rescue immediately because she felt I would lose it for the shock.
We were actually driving to the hospital when I got the news and I screamed.
This touched her and she became so calm that I felt I had just done something wrong.
I shouldn’t have acted that way……
Well, I am human too you know.
After a few months, she sat me down and told me everything.
Incidentally, I remembered my brothers kept calling me turn-by-turn.
My fears was far away from what they were calling me for.
I was scared something bad had happened at home…
Well, after she spoke to me, and narrated everything that happened that night, I laughed and said to her.
Even though I didn’t expect it, that shout actually got some depressions out of me.
Importantly, I have learned never to fear failures anymore. I have learned never to cry over spilled milk, but rather to move on.
But importantly, I now use a strategy that I have learned from my coach and that strategy is so powerful that it plays with your subconscious mind.
What is it?
Don’t Just Write Your Goals Down – But Write Them In Past Tense.
- I have N200 Million as Cash In The Bank
- I have a booming worldwide company with 300 employees across 6 continents
- I’m a household name in the Nigeria and Africa
- I have Real Estate Worth N20 Billion
- Every Loss I make gives me more reasons to make 10X the amount
- I have relationship with everyone that matters in making me achieve my goals
These are examples of goals I’m shooting for, but I write them down as though they’re already accomplished.
This is true because our mind is fluid.
This is not about imagining without taking actions.
You can fill your mind with whatever you want to put in, and if you constantly tell yourself things like, “I’ve earned N1,000,000 this month” or “I’m in better shape at 40 than at 25,” your subconscious begins to respond to that truth. And in reality, you begin to work towards it without feeling the pains as much as you would when you never thought you had it already.
Goals written in the past tense help you subconsciously transform into someone with those traits.
So, what are your goals right now?
One thing I know, Is That You Can Always Grow By Reading My Piece or That of Others That Will Awaken The Giant In You
Whether it’s a financial goal, a relationship goal, a career goal—whatever it is—Writing Your Goals In Past Tense has great impact on your life.
It’s been working for me, and I thought you should know about it too.
See You At The Top…. Soonest