“Whatever you vividly imagine, ardently desire, sincerely believe and enthusiastically act upon must inevitably come to pass.” – Paul J. Meyer

People often say “I’ll believe it when I see it”, but it’s the opposite that’s most important for realizing your goals.

When you believe it first, then you’ll see it happen.

We’ve been breaking down Paul J. Meyer’s quote over the past couple of weeks, and today we’re continuing with part 3: “Sincerely believe”.

Belief is like the fuel in a vehicle. You have a goal, a plan, and all the other components lined up, but if you don’t believe that you’re capable of making it happen, it probably won’t.

Sometimes people write plans for their goals that actually go against what they believe they’re capable of. Whether it’s simply written as a wish or aspiration instead of a plan of action, or it’s written to impress somebody, they aren’t creating a plan that leaves them thinking “I can do this.”

A plan that leaves you feeling like you’re fully capable of accomplishing each step is a plan that’s written with the tremendous belief that it’s going to be successful.

If you’re struggling to write with that kind of belief, look at the timeframe of your goals and see if it needs to be adjusted. You may feel more confident if you change the deadlines on your goals and give yourself more time.

This is particularly important to look at if you have a goal that you can’t necessarily control the date on. If your goal is to get a promotion, for example, maybe you doubt you can do it in 6 months, but know you can do it in a year.

Don’t doubt your abilities, but set dates for your goals that are reasonable for you and make you feel confident that you can achieve them. But also make them a bit of a stretch so you grow.

Create a plan that you believe you’re capable of achieving and create steps that you sincerely believe you’re capable of taking. As you continue to achieve your goals and move through your plan, you’ll find yourself reaching higher and higher, being more ambitious and more confident in what you can do.

Next week, in the final part of this series we’re going to talk about the element that’s going to make achieving these goals absolutely possible.

See you there,
Lorna Rasmussen

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