Making Dreams Reality

Another Tony Robbins saying is “Where focus goes energy flows.”⁸ Many entrepreneurs and successful people in life use a laser-beam focus to achieve and hit their desired targets. Now, it’s your turn to accomplish and unleash greatness within. As the Nike slogan states, “Just do it.”

Are you fearful? Do it anyway! Ardent desires backed by your whys, self-belief, and united with colossal immediate action are vital ingredients toward producing massive forward momentum that leads to continual progressive growth and making your dreams a reality.

Prioritizing Life

Prioritize what you want in major categories of your life. This includes relationships, parenting, education, spirituality, mindset, personal-growth, health, work, finances, and giving back to society and the world. List a minimum of five things you desire to achieve in each category during the upcoming one to five years. Following is an example of my desires. Make your goals relative to meeting your unique desires, needs, expectations, and standards set for yourself. Remember, this is about what you can do, not someone else, and not trying to change anyone, except you. Relationships can be many….

 

Relations 1 2 3 4 5
Spouse Say I love you upon awakening and departure, or more. Perpetually date her as though we are first meeting. Hug her daily and kiss her each night before bed, or more often. Be fully present and engaged while listening. Authentically care about and encourage her dreams.
Child Say I love you and hug him two times daily, or more. Read to him for 20 minutes daily, or more. Together, play a game he enjoys twice weekly, or more. Go someplace new once monthly, or more. Ask and support what he is passionate about consistently.
Friend Genuinely listen, love, and laugh. Ask if he is upholding his moral codes? Tell him I appreciate him. Go on an adventure together. Ask, “How can I help?”
Parenting Teach the difference between right and wrong. Show consistent unconditional love and acceptance. Maintain boundaries backed with high standards or expectations, values, and principles. Know his friends. Tell him that he can come to me about anything at any time. Maintain trust and open communication.
Education Write and publish a book to help people make positive life-producing choices. Learn two new words, daily. Step outside my comfort zone daily. Read daily for at least 30 minutes. Teach others what you learn through writing, speaking, and blogging.
Spiritual Pray with a thankful heart throughout the day. Live joyfully by being peaceful and grateful. Engage with like-minded people offering hope and encouragement. Read the Bible, devotionals or inspirational books daily. Go off in nature for 20 plus minutes while meditating on its’ beauty at least twice weekly.
Mindset Write for at least 10 minutes each day in a gratitude journal. Self-reflect upon what is learned and done daily. Listen to positive and inspiring podcasts, books or videos daily. Read about uplifting stories of triumph daily. Desire an abundance of health, wealth, love, and joy in the lives of everyone that comes my way.
Personal-growth Be vulnerable by sharing life victories to help others. Do what makes you uncomfortable, daily. Read and write for 20 minutes or more, daily. Read your goals and look at your vision boards three times daily. Persevere by never, never, never, never, giving in or giving up on your passionate dreams.
Health Exercise five times weekly, or more. Eat mostly foods that are natural without synthetic fillers. Be mindful of your thoughts, attitudes, beliefs, and principles. Ceaselessly, love and totally accept yourself, daily. Know your triggers and maintain the rituals that minimize stressors and tempters, while maximizing the best version of yourself.
Work Show empathy. Help frequently. Enhance my current skill-sets and knowledge. Add more value by learning new skills. Mentor and role model for others.
Finances Pay yourself at least 10% first, no matter what. Do not borrow money, except for your mortgage and education. Focus on income as being the outcome. Patiently be in it for the long term, while building assets and minimizing liabilities. Think of ways to add more value to many.
Giving Give free seminars and speaking events about enhancing quality of life. Share my time generously with my family and friends. Share monetary resources with causes I believe in. Teach about health techniques to prevent pain and suffering, while maximizing energy and joy. Give or create in yourself the tools necessary to offer more to your family and the world.

“Strong reasons make strong actions” (William Shakespeare). Next, make a list of as many reasons why you want to accomplish those aims. The more whys in each category can make something on your list that was once number one priority, change to number three or four, while number two or five moves into the first place slot. Whichever target in each category has the most reasons why it is important and purpose-driven for you to achieve that objective, make it your number one priority and develop a single-minded focus on accomplishing those specific goals first. You can still do the others, just put more conscious effort into your primary focus.

Forming Good Habits is a Choice

Today, on a scale from 1-10, whereas 1 is very unlikely and 10 is extremely probable, how ready are you to begin exercising, quit smoking, eat healthy, abandon bad relationships and poor influences, decide to do or create your best work, stop spending more income than you produce, give your time and talents freely to someone without thought of return, learn something new, eradicate an alcohol or drug problem, hug and kiss your spouse and kids, recognize and rid a bad habit, clean and organize your house and car, or relentlessly love and accept yourself completely? You cannot pick number 7. After selecting your question(s) and number(s), ask yourself, “Why didn’t I choose a lower number?” If you picked the number 1, please use discretion toward seeking expert counsel in whichever area necessary.

Effort

“Success is dependent on effort” (Sophocles). Put forth the effort and work like your life depended on it, because it just might. Let your diligent habitual work ethic empower and motivate you to succeed, like oxygen keeping every cell in your body alive. Do not lower your standards, lest neglect, procrastination, and compromise devour dreams like a thief seeking to kill and destroy. Remember, we get what we tolerate, therefore settle for nothing less than your absolute best. Go to bed each night knowing you spent your passionate self completely, hence sleep like a baby without worry or concerns of any kind.

Goal Attainment

”Never mistake motion for action” (Ernest Hemingway). Be specific and meticulously detailed about goals, while writing your objectives down on paper every day so time does not slip away into eternal lost yesterdays. Be precise so your navigational mapping system allows exact action-based directions to get you desirable triumphant results. Read the goals you’re working on three times daily, upon awakening, mid-day, and prior to departure. Additionally, dedication, commitment, determination, and perseverance are helpful advocates supporting goal and dream attainment, which cannot be delegated.

Acquire Your Dreams

What comes naturally to you? What interests you most in life? What gives you great enjoyment from life? What do you desire to improve upon? We can train ourselves and obtain training from others that have gone before us and succeeded in a specific endeavor. Find mentors or teachers and obtain the education and skill development required to help turn your dreams and goals into reality. Remember that action combined with limitless self-belief and unshakable faith are the kings of acquisition.

Soul On Fire

“There is only one success—to be able to spend your life in your own way” (Christopher Darlington Morley). Forget about the noise and naysayers telling you it can’t be done, it’s too easy, it’s too difficult, you won’t make any money at it, or any other negative opinionated statements. You are responsible for living your own life, nobody else. Don’t live someone else’s dreams. Command yourself to live your own convictions and callings. God made us passionate beings to get stuff accomplished. We must continuously develop ourselves, therefore manifesting our authentic greatness into the world. Focus on your true desires and disregard the rest. Your passion mixed with top priorities, massive planning, and persistent action can make you unstoppable. Concentrating on serving people and helping make a difference in their lives will take on new profound meaning and purpose that drastically changes your life. Let your why fuel more purpose and meaning, cyclically creating relentless all-consuming fire burning within the depths of your deeply passionate ignited soul.

Dream Big Dreams

“One thing life taught me: if you are interested, you never have to look for new interests. They come to you. When you are genuinely interested in one thing, it will always lead to something else” (Eleanor Roosevelt). Believe you can achieve your dreams, subsequently prioritizing what you want, when you want it by, why you want to acquire those goals, and how you will make that happen. Back this up with a persistent ardent insatiable hunger and thirst, leading toward attainment. Be passionate about what you do, who you are, and how you can contribute toward impacting and making a profound difference in the lives of others. Serving people brings joy that morphs into greatness, which far exceeds all compromise. Enhance your gifts, talents, skills, and abilities toward generously helping others, therefore filling yourself up and keeping your cup overflowing with goodness.

Ask, Seek, and Find

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you” (Matthew 7:7 NIV). Develop an insatiable hunger toward going after your transparent desires with an unstoppable, unyielding, relentless, determined, and courageous tenacity for results. Indeed, it is true that we get what we tolerate in life, as well as receive our genuine, honest, clear, and must have desires by asking, planning, doing, and becoming.