One of the primary factors of a happy, fulfilled life is a strong foundation of personal achievement. Of all the joys life has to offer, nothing quite beats the self affirming
Thrill of setting out for and attaining our heart’s desire. There is a deep seated, instinctive need in the emotional make-up of human beings to chase after whatever makes them happiest.
Similarly, we strive to achieve and achieve everything possible on this Earth. You take a sample data of any country you will find a Indian family and a hard core professional person once you meet.
I have personally met few local youths who are now working for companies like Google Inc., Microsoft etc. they are enjoying a lavish lifestyle and living in big cities and with big apartments with all amenities you dream. Cars with chauffeurs, wife enjoying her days socializing at clubs and kitty parties, kids are also with care takers and tutors…oh! What a change in the society.
The person did not attempt any magic in his career; he had done planning to achieve what he is today. That is goal setting. Three main aspects of goal setting and achievement – choosing a goal, throwing ourselves after it and, finally, reaching success – have its own unique pleasure.
A goal envisioned is a goal half completed. Most people find it difficult if not impossible to expend large amounts of energy on something that they can’t “see” as existing in their reality. Creating that vision before starting out on your journey creates a real destination in your mind, which is infinitely preferable to just wandering off in the general direction of whatever it is you want and hoping you end up somewhere acceptable. The stronger and more realistically detailed you make your visualizations, the better chance you have of succeeding. Why leave anything to chance – picture your goal right down to the stitching, as it were, to ensure that your energy is being focused in the right direction and is concentrated on creating the most effective and appropriate result.
There are literally thousands, if not millions, of books, websites, coaches, service groups and seminars out there just waiting to “pump you up”! Take advantage of these resources to boost your energy when it starts to dip, research motivational techniques you can customize for your own situation and temperament and find new and unusual tools and ideas to speed up your progress.
Besides above it is most important for you to follow disciplined routine day in day out. Success does not come easy but when it comes it stays when you are disciplined to respect it.