2013 has been a year of incredible growth for us. Not only did we get the support of a foundation and supported others too, obtain a grant, purchased new equipment, introduced new services, and hired employees, but we cultivated many new relationships and satisfied clients, which is our main goal. Our expectations for 2014 are nothing short of this, as well. As we approach the end of the year and make our evaluations and goals for 2014, we would like to bring the following goal setting steps to your attention. These have worked for many people. We wanted to share them with you hoping that it will, too, bring much fulfillment and satisfaction...
CHEERS FOR A WONDERFUL 2014!
Visualize the outcome
Have a clear vision of the end result and avoid the question, how will I get there? Our subconscious minds are very creative and once the belief is programmed, you will be pleasantly surprised at how the creative mind goes to work to guide your behavior.
2. Personal -
Begin your affirmations with "I", we would all probably like to change the behavior of some of the people around us, but we can only affirm for ourselves.
3. Positive -
Use a positive spin when saying and writing affirmations as opposed to the negative approach.
4. Present Tense -
You want to keep the statement in the NOW moment for your subconscious mind to fully comprehend the change is for today, NOT someday. Avoid using words like CAN, WILL, SHOULD, COULD, and instead use the empowering word AM.
5. K.I.S. -
Use short, powerful sentences for programming new behavior in your subconscious mind, no long dissertations, rambling paragraphs for your affirmations. Just short sentences that reprogram your thought process. Keep it simple!