3. Stay Positive. If you ever take the time to study some of the people who have really impressively accomplished their goals in the face of great adversity you will find a common quality. The ability to stay positive in the face of adversity no matter how great. This isn’t something they were necessarily born with. Many had to cultivate positive thinking and if you need to you can too. There’s many great books on the subject if you need inspiration. Find one, buy it and read a chapter before bed every night. Thinking positive can be the difference between failure and success.
4. Visualize Yourself Achieving Your Goals. At a minimum of once a week, all the way up to every day take the time to sit down and run through this simple mental exercise. Close your eyes as you sit comfortably and in your mind’s eye imagine yourself as vividly as possible achieving your goals. The more realistic these images are the better. What you are doing here is preparing your subconscious mind for your eventual real life meeting your goals and beyond. Whatever your mind believes it can achieve.