Last time we discussed how to write your definite purpose so that it is most effective in guiding your mind toward the decisions and thinking that will move you toward accomplishing your purpose.
If you write this purpose, file it away and never look at it or use it you will not benefit much from it. Your mind learns and changes from repetition. Think about this – everything you learn well you learn from repeated exposure.
Once you have written your purpose it is important to keep it where you will see it every day, or even better several times per day. Read it to yourself or out loud, whatever works best for you. Do this the same time or times each day. It seems the most effective times to do this are first thing in the morning and last thing each night before you go to sleep.
When you read your purpose first thing in the morning it sets the stage for your actions and your thinking the rest of the day. When you read it last thing at night it plants the seed for your subconscious processing during your sleep.
This is not magic. This simply reflects the way your mind works. You need to convince your own inner mind, your own subconscious that this is your purpose and this is happening for you. When you do this your mind works in amazing ways over time to come up with ideas and attitudes that will bring about your success.
Try this for one month and you will find yourself making progress toward you goal and once you see it work you will be even more convinced and it will become even more effective.
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Daniel R. Murphy
Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.