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February 11th, 2010

How Many Goals to Visualize

One of the questions I am asked quite a bit about Psycho-Cybernetics is this:

“Matt, I have a lot of goals. When I visualize, should I concentrate on just one or should I picture all of them?”

This is a good question – and I have two answers. They are as follows: Yes – and No.

Let me give the ‘yes’ portion of the answer first.

If you have a written list of goals, or if you keep them on 3×5 cards (as I do), you can quickly go through each one – and with ‘open eyes’ make a quick mental snapshot to remind yourself of what it is that you want.

No problem with that.

But when you go into the Theatre Of Your Mind and begin visualizing, it is best to focus on one specific goal.

Here’s why:

Suppose you are outside on a sunny day with a magnifying glass and you want to start a fire. What would happen if you quickly moved the magnifying
glass from place to place? Not much, right?

But what if you find a spot and focus the magnifying glass on that spot and leave it there? What would happen? If you said, you would start a fire – you
are correct.

The same is true with goals. Concentration and focus are key. They are how you build desire. And the amazing thing about focus is this: If you focus on one goal, if you really put a lof of focus on a single objective – a lot of your other goals will get caught up in the fire and they’ll get accomplished, even when you
aren’t consciously ‘working’ on them.

To learn more about how you can achieve any goal by strengthening your self-image go here.

Best,

Matt Furey

P.S. Be sure to pick up your copy today of my smashing best-seller, 101 Ways to Magnetize Money.

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