When thinking about your dreams and the goals that’ll get you there, it’s important to look at them from all the angles—all the different reasons of why you want to achieve your dreams. We’ve discussed why’s that are positive, why’s that are negative, why’s that are the result of curiosity, and ones that rise out of a challenge.
Now it’s time to finalize the “why?” of your goals and dreams.
Your homework today is to devise why statements about your dreams—one for each type of why. This helps deepen the reason, making it much more personal and intimate, which will help you through the tough patches.
As an example: my friend who lost so much weight. Her negative why was that she absolutely refused to purchase a larger sized pair of jeans. Her positive why relieving the leg joint pain she was experiencing because she was overweight. Her challenge why was teaching herself to cook simple nutritious meals using fresh ingredients rather than always eating take-out. Her curiosity why was researching exercise, sleep, nutrition, exercise, fashion, visualization and meditation in order to devise a plan that worked for her.
Do this for yourself. You’ll be amazed at the energy and enthusiasm that this will generate.
You can do it!
I’m so proud of you!
Your Friend and Pep Pal,