Thursday, November 17, 2016

How Does Setting Goals Help Organize Your Thoughts?

Why set goals?

Setting goals helps us organize our thoughts so we make the most of the time we spend on our tasks. Setting goals is like having a map. It helps us see where we are and what we need to do to get where we want to be in life.

When we set goals, We begin to see that we do have the ability to do the things we need to do....we are able to track our accomplishments and reward ourselves for those accomplishments.

It gives us self esteem and raises our awareness on where we want to go and exactly how we are going to get there. The first thing we have to do is start changing the way we think and speak so we can change our belief system or story that we tell ourselves.






sychologytoday.com explains affirmations as “a statement said with confidence about a perceived truth”. Affirmations help thousands of people make changes in their lives. Why can one person be successful with affirmations and for another it doesn't work?

It all comes down to believing that it can happen. When we consistently tell ourselves “I can't do that” or “I don't have enough money to buy that” we are using negative affirmations. What needs to be done is not only the way we think, but the way we speak.


When we think or do something over and over, it becomes a habit. Every experience, feeling and emotion lay in the subconscious mind whether we consciously remember it or not. When we constantly think something over and over, whether its good or bad, it becomes a habit or pattern.

Think of neural pathways in our brain like roads. When we create a habit, a new road is built that leads to our brain.

Just like a road will always lead you to the same place when we drive on it, so will the neural pathways in our brain when we think something. It will always lead us to the same story that we told ourselves in the past.

Watch this video for more about setting goals and changing your life for the better!




Sometimes the negative beliefs we have are deeply rooted into our subconscious mind so we have to work really hard at pulling those weeds from our garden and replacing them with brand new seed. So what we must do is put road blocks up on the old ones and build new roads. This is where affirmations come in.

Affirmations help re-train the brain to think and act differently. Once you begin to use affirmations, you build new roads or neural pathways in your brain which leads to shutting down the old ones.



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