On your journey to achieving your goals, this one shift in your mindset can radically change how the world around you responds to and receives you.
The process of goal setting can make you very myopic, very nearsighted, and "ME-focused."
If we really want to get what we want, we have to remember one of the oldest success principles. "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
Or as Zig Ziglar puts it, "You can have everything in life that you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want."
What if that is true?
What if you knew for sure that everything you gave you would receive back tenfold?
How much would you give? What would you give? How fast would you give it?
What do you wnat? What attributes do you need to accomplish your goals?
Do you need more courage? Who can you encourage?
Do you need more strength? Who can you help strengthen?
Do you need more belief? Who can you believe in?
Do you need more confidence? Who can you instill confidence in?
Do you need more love? Who can you love?
This is how.
Give what you need and give what you want. What you give to others, you give to yourself. And the added bonus is somehow it multiplies itself back to you.
You need to decide what key attributes you need to accomplish your big, hairy and audacious goals, then figure out how you can go about giving that very thing away to others.
When you look at the world with an eye toward how you can give, instead of simply focusing on what you can get, the thing you desire will beat a path to your door.
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