Setting a goal, working toward it, and achieving it may all be difficult tasks. And if you get stuck before the finish line, it’s not a reflection on your character or willpower. One such example is Raven Magwood, who is an empowering individual and expert in giving individuals a real theme of life and a direction. She is an accomplished author, director, and motivational speaker. She has always been one of those lucky people who discover their passion and skill at an early age. Just like Raven, sometimes all you need is a shift in perspective and a few easy tools to achieve your objectives swiftly. Let’s find out top tips from Raven on how to get to our goals faster:
So many individuals never attain their goals because they are unsure about what they want in the first place. You must first get clear on exactly what you want in order to create your goals effectively. I’m not talking about just setting broad objectives here. I’m talking about being clear about the direction that you want to go. Of course, life happens and you can’t literally predetermine every aspect of your life. However, if you don’t know where you’re headed, any road will get you there. In order to have a guideline for your life, you have to decide what you want.
This is quite significant. This is the phase that will determine whether your manifestation succeeds or fails. You must let go of the “how” of what you want to happen. If you don’t, you won’t be able to make room for what you want to manifest in your life. Sometimes we get so caught up in the “how” that we experience analysis paralysis and end up doing nothing. You don’t have to see the full staircase to take the first step.
The idea is to concentrate on the ultimate goal and be open to how it manifests rather than expecting it to appear in a certain way.
This may appear to be a lot of effort, but believe me when I say it works.
Sit down and write out everything you wish to happen. The secret to this is simple, but effective: write down precisely what you want as though it has already occurred. You have to truly believe in your goals in order to achieve them. Be confident during this process. Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.