How often do you focus on what you don’t want, rather than on a concrete goal? We normally think in terms of fear.
I’m afraid of being poor.
I’m afraid of being rejected.
I’m afraid of being alone.
I’m afraid they will not sign up.
I’m afraid of loosing my job.
I’m afraid of being afraid.
I’m just afraid.
The problem with this type of thinking is that fear alone isn’t actionable. Instead of doing something about our fear, it feeds on itself and drains our motivation.
If you’re caught up in fear based thinking, the first step is focusing that energy on a well defined goal. By defining a goal, you automatically define a set of actions. If you have the fear of poverty, create a plan to increase your income. It could be going back to school, obtaining a higher paying job, or building your team in Avenues to Wealth to achieve passive income. The key is moving from an intangible desire to concrete, measurable steps.
By focusing your mind on a positive goal instead of an ambiguous fear, you put your brain to work. It instantly begins devising a plan for success. Instead of worrying about the future you start to do something about it. This is the first step in motivating yourself to take action. When you know what you want, you become motivated to take action.
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