“Whatever you vividly imagine, ardently desire, sincerely believe and enthusiastically act upon must inevitably come to pass.” – Paul J. Meyer
Is there something you’d really like to do or have in life?
You think about it, maybe even plan for it, but oftentimes it feels like only luck determines if it happens or not.
Last week we talked about what it means to vividly imagine what you want in life; but in order to achieve it, you have to want it bad enough.
What exactly does it mean to “ardently desire” something?
When I was in the film business, I was offered a job at a PBS station where I’d travel the country and do documentaries on any subject I wanted. It was an amazing opportunity.
But when I looked at what I’d have to give up as a mother of a 3-year-old with a husband who was traveling, it became very clear that it wasn’t something I should pursue.
I did not ardently desire it to the point where I was willing to give up time with my son.
In the goals sheet for the Wheel of Life, you’re asked to write down each step you’ll need to go through in order to reach your goal. In the end, you have to decide if you really want it.
Is it worth the effort? Is it worth the sacrifice? Do you ardently, passionately, and wholeheartedly want that goal to be successful? You have to be absolutely committed to it. You have to want it to the point that it simply HAS to happen. It just has to.
That’s when you know that you’re absolutely set on a goal. You’re willing to do the work to achieve it. You’re willing to make sacrifices to achieve it. That’s when you know that your goal is very likely to be successful.
Just like we talked about last week, it’s all about mindset. If you desire it, if you believe that you will succeed, nothing should stop you from reaching that goal.
Until next week,
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