Do you have a goal? Have you ever looked at people who don't? Have you been around people that do?
Goals give you a purpose for taking on life. People who live without goals have no purpose, and it is obvious even in their body language. They are on permanent idle; they slouch; they list from side to side. Their conversations dawdle. They telephone you and say, "Hey, I'm just calling. I wasn't doing anything, so I thought I'd call you." Well, don't call me. I've got things to do.
Many people just muddle through life. They don't read informational material; they don't even pay attention when they watch television. If you ask them what they are watching, they mumble-mouth, "Nothin', I'm just lookin'."
What are your goals for your career? For your relationships? For your spiritual life? Develop a schedule for the next month, the next six months, the next year, five years and 10 years. Write it all out.
Let's take one of the most common goals as an example: You want to make more money. If that is your goal, then take these three practical steps toward realizing it. Write down what makes you get up in the morning, visualize yourself doing something that makes you feel outstanding, useful, valuable to others.
Grow spiritually, emotionally, and don't let others get into your head. Stay focused once you make your personal goal. The Millionaire Real Estate Agent book is a must read. Let me know what happens once you read it.
Another, is to contact Gary Cox. He is a motivator and helps you stay on track with your goals. If you are having trouble finding your goal, Gary will help you. Let me know if you want his information.
Stay focused and move forward. Wishing you great success.