It’s imperative to learn the art of creating tunnel vision, when working to execute your ideas. Unlike having a regular vision of how you would like to live, this tunnel vision limits all other possibilities of detouring from your goal. When your vision is crystal clear and you are crossing off your “to do lists” (step by step goals to help your dream manifest), this makes life so much easier. For instance, if you have decided you want to be a PR for a record company, it would be rather silly to start a course in carpentry. Instead it would be wise to do everything necessary to master your craft as an irreplaceable PR for a record company by studying the music industry, building up your contacts, studying the latest geographic and marketing strategies and by working on your own personal development (raising your human potential).
Every small step taken with excellence, consistently, will eventually create outstanding results and will see you living your highest vision. It doesn’t matter how small or how big your daily, weekly, monthly and annual goals are, as long as they lead you in the direction of your vision.
Having a daily goal list is something I have practised from a very young age. It makes sense and clears the mind of confusion and anxiety. As you get into the habit of this, creating practical steps on a daily basis, you will notice that you have created momentum in your work or line of duty. We live in the present moment however, we plan so that we can operate more smoothly in this world.
I remember an old saying, “If you’re going to play golf, always focus on where you want the ball to land, rather than looking down.” This is a universal Law. Always focus on what you want, rather than what you don’t want. This is one of the key secrets to manifesting your dream.
Christopher “Divinity” Dines is an author & former House DJ who helps people to live happier and healthier lives through personal development and spirituality. Follow “Divinity” at: https://twitter.com/#!/divinitydines