The goal-setting process that I talk about in this video can change your life in significant ways. The key is to use it properly. So let’s take a few minutes to go over it in more detail to make sure you’re on the right track.
Start by allowing yourself to relax. Then, let your imagination whisk you off to a mind place where dreams and wants float freely and in full view. Fantasize.
As you are fantasizing, do not give one speck of mental energy to how this dream—this image—is going to be accomplished. Don’t concern yourself with where the money, the time, the assistance you may require, is going to come from. Attempting to think of how will either limit or destroy the fantasy. Think only about what you want. And then write it on your goal card.
For now, suspend your disbelief, knowing that there is a lawful process for achieving your goal. You don’t have to know where any of it is going to come from; you just need to know that it’s going to come.
Now, place your goal card in your wallet, purse or pocket. Call it to mind several times a day. By thinking about the goal you’ve established for yourself every morning, several times during the day, and every night, you begin moving toward it, and bringing it toward you.
For this to work, you must be able to see yourself on the screen of your mind, already in possession of the goal, AND you must seriously want it.
All the knowledge and power in the universe is evenly present in all places at the same time. So you’ve got awesome potential locked up inside of you.
You’ve got EVERYTHING you need to get anything you want. So don’t make this a small goal, something you know or think you can achieve. Really let yourself go, and then go for it!
To your success,
Chairman & Co-Founder
Proctor Gallagher Institute
P.S. Even if you don’t believe in yourself, know that I believe in you. You see, I didn’t believe in myself in 1961, but Ray Stanford did. So I did what he told me to do, and it paid off in spades. So, until you find out that I’m lying or I don’t know what I’m talking about, just do what I ask you to do. I promise you’ll be really glad that you did.