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Are Your Goals Important to You?

Are You Spending Enough Time Working on them?


After you have created your written list of your goals and taken some time to explore it deeper and expand what you have established, you need to take the time to set priorities for them. Use a point system to rate each goal on a scale of 1-5. Items rated 1 are the most important. Items rated 5, of course, are the least. It’s okay to have more than one in each category but make sure that you are putting the ratings on carefully. Once you have completed this, you will have priorities that you can use to focus your attention on the things that matter most.


It’s simple when you think about it. Understanding what you want is the first step; making it clear what each item means to you and how you want it to be when it comes to be is next; then set them in priority order so that you know where to start with each one and what’s most important in the short and long term. You must not only state these things but also make sure that you clarify them as far as needed to where they are able to be understood clearly.


For example, if you desire to find your life partner in the next 24 months, then this is the top priority in your life. This should be at the top of your list. At the end of your day, sit down and take a few minutes to look over the list and figure out how much time you spend with this goal at the forefront of your mind. If you find that this priority was not given the amount of time that it should have been, then you should make a concentrated effort to give it more thought time from that moment forward.


If you find that you are just not putting as much thought into it as you think you should after several days, then you might want to reevaluate if this is as high a priority as you originally thought it was. If you find that this misalignment of your free time and your goals continue, then you may very well never reach any of your goals. This will prevent you from getting the most out of the concept of manifesting.


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There is more to life than working all day only to sit on the couch in your underwear watching TV until it’s time for bed only to get up and do it all again the next day. In order to make changes in your life and begin working toward achieving your goals, you need to not only have the right mindset but also take action.


Some examples of this would be (with the goal of finding a life partner):


  • Sign up for a dance class
  • Book a weekend seminar on a subject that intrigues you
  • Attend a workshop that focuses on your interests Spend time at places where you can meet people
  • Spend time at places where you can meet people



Another important aspect of manifestation is consistency. Assuming that you have made your list and that everything on it feels right, you now need to make sure that you stay in emotional agreement with your goals. If you find that you have created goals that you have made only because they are what is expected of you, then you have not created a set of goals that will ever be fully achievable. Your goals must mean something to you. They must be something that you are emotionally connected to. If they are not, then you are wasting your time, as you will never consistently give them the effort and thought the power that they need.


For example, someone may create a goal that they feel is right for them in their mind but not a goal that is something that they are connected to emotionally. They may start out by giving the goal a lot of thought, putting effort into its fulfillment. They do everything right with the goal, but they soon realize that several weeks have passed, and nothing has happened in terms of forwarding motion. Discouragement sets in, and they soon find that they are so disheartened that they do not give the goal any effort at all.


They may even find that they have lost faith in the power of manifesting and abandon the entire concept altogether. They get it into their head that the goal is unreachable, and therefore all goals are unreachable. The truth of it is that they set themselves up for failure by not creating goals that were important to them on an emotional level. If this is the case, then you must take the time to reevaluate your goals and to focus yourself on creating and pursuing goals that are worthwhile to you. When you do this, you can be assured that you will see great success in your life very quickly.


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One of the things that leads to discouragement, other than having goals that you are not emotionally connected to, is feeling that things are not happening as quickly as you would like. It is important to remember that there are no unrealistic goals. The only thing that has the potential for being unrealistic is the time frame that you put on the goal.


If you find that you are feeling discouraged due to things not happening as quickly as you would like them to be, it’s normal and it’s okay. Go ahead and feel that discouragement, and then move past it and refocus yourself. Sit back and look at the things that you have done, and readjust your expectations with a different strategy in mind. If your first path to your goal did not lead to success, then you may find that an alternate one will. Do not let your discouragement and disappointment lead to your abandoning your goal. If you focus on your goals and stay consistent, then you will reach them; it may just take time and require several strategies before you get there. The important thing is that you stay motivated and stay positive.






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