It’s been said that by writing down your goals, you create instructions for the subconscious mind to follow. The more positive instructions you give it, the more positive results you will get.
So I spent almost an hour working on my goals for this year. I wrote a list covering writing, family, health, everything I could think of. I outlined every goal in excrutiating detail. Apparently it’s important to be as specific as possible because the subconscious works best when the details are clear.
There I was, feeling quite proud of myself, positive that this year would be the best yet. And if even half my goals came to fruition, I’d be successful. Then – poof! No power. No lights. Nothing. And I’d forgotten to save it. :wall:
So the new list, in no specific order, goes like this:
1. Eat less, exercise more.
2. Write books, sell books.
4. Have fun.
What about you? Did you make resolutions/goals for 2006?