How to Manifest Your Biggest Goal
By Mia Fox
Author, Money Mindset & Manifestation Coach
Knowing how to manifest big goals is the next step after you've found out what you want in life. Without a roadmap to your destination, you may have trouble getting there.
So it really all starts with setting the right kind of goals.
But once we have written down our most profound dreams and desires, how do we go about achieving them?
When you look at one of your breakthrough goals from a distant vantage point, it can be difficult to imagine what the actionable steps would be to get to your destination.
And that's why the kind of goals you set is as important as the actions you take to reach your goals.
It All Starts With Setting the Right Goals
Mapping out your goals into smaller steps, such as results and process goals, is of the utmost importance.
That helps you understand what you need to do yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily to make your dreams come true. It will chop up the significant goal into smaller chunks, which are easier to digest.
There are a few main points that are helpful to keep in mind when you are beginning to map out your goals.
First, you want to know exactly where you are headed and when you want to get there. Next, you need to have an idea of what you are going to be able to accomplish in this timeline.
It is essential that you split your goals into different layers; you want to set a goal big enough that you are inspired and motivated, and also small enough, that you can imagine achieving it.
Finally, you are going to make this lofty goal and break it down into the steps you need to take consistently to reach your destination.
It is crucial to get very specific with your goals. Let's take a more in-depth look into the steps you're going to consider when creating a map to your most significant achievements.
Know Exactly Where You're Going
If you don't get the first point right, then you may find yourself meandering through life without an exact destination.
You need to know how to write down goals and dreams. It is vitally important that when you set a goal, you are very specific and that you set a timeline.
The more detail you imagine and include in your goal, the more your mind will feel the emotions you are wanting to feel by chasing this goal.
That is a process of training your brain to expect your positive outcome and start to crave it and push you towards it.
That's when you start to reprogram your subconscious mind to achieving the outcome you wish for.
The best is to write down your goals on a piece of paper. But why is a written goal more powerful?
Because, when you write it out, it goes from your mind into the physical reality, where you want it to achieve.
Also, our brain remembers things better when it has actively engaged in documenting it. You can keep this goal in a place where you can review it daily.
On the other hand, having a deadline puts pressure on your mind and causes you to get to work. Without this pressure of having to get something done by a specific date, you will not be as motivated to work every day towards your goal.
A goal is a dream with a deadline, as Napoleon Hill liked to say. The deadline activates the universal law of action.
Set HUGE Goals, And Realistic Goals
There is an exciting line between realistic and motivating goals. You need to set a significant enough goal that gets you excited enough actually to want to move towards it.
Small goals don't usher the soul towards sufficient growth and make it seem like the work isn't worth it.
So you need to set HUGE goals that motivate you. You also need these goals to be realistic enough for your belief system to latch.
If the goal is far beyond your current level of belief, you will subconsciously sabotage yourself because you would be working outside of your present self's level of possibility.
Being in a state of disbelief will make it more challenging to manifest big goals.
The trick is to set your goals on different levels, and that's exactly what I teach you in my transformational goal setting workbook.
I show you the three types of goals you need and how to set all of them. With this system you will be able to reach HUGE massive goals, without the overwhelm.
And that's not it; together with the goal-setting workbook, you will also get a goals planner that will help you to manifest your goals and create your daily to-do lists. But it also assists you with the very important review and reflection part.
But let's get back on how to manifest your goals.
Having big goals, that are also realistic, could be something like having a million dollars in the bank within five years.
That is realistic and believable because, in five years, the amount YOU can grow and change is quite surprising if you put your mind to it.
An unrealistic version of this same goal may be to have a million dollars in the bank by tomorrow morning. That is an extreme example, but you get the point, right?
When you set realistic goals that your belief system can work with, then you will be able to go onto the next step of starting to map it out for yourself.
Creating A Map
Your map, just like a real roadmap, will begin with your two points. You will be looking at where you are right now, compared to where you want to go.
If your goal were to have 1 million dollars in the bank within five years of today, you would write this out on a piece of paper. That is your destination.
Then you would begin to break it down into the necessary things you will need to do to see this come to fruition. That could mean breaking it down into five different years of milestones you need to hit.
For example, in the first year, you may need to learn some new skills that make your value in the workforce higher, or you would need to start a side hustle, maybe invest some money?
In the second year, you could begin looking for a higher paying opportunity that could further your experience and income.
Or, you could scale your side hustle to a real business. Maybe re-invest some of the money you already earned with it.
In the third year, you could begin networking with people who are already making the amount of money you have as your 5-year goal and learn how to invest your money better.
In the fourth year, you may level up your vocation again for an even higher paying salary, or you build a larger team for your business.
Then in the fifth year, you could either sell your business or use the skills you've mastered over the previous four years to build something even bigger and massively profitable.
That is just an example, and the process can be applied to manifest big goals of any kind, whether it is with relationships, money, spirituality, life experience, or anything else you desire.
Break It Down Now
Once you have your overall map of where you are and where you want to go, it is time to get to the nitty-gritty.
You are going to need to take your milestones and break them down into monthly, weekly, and daily processes goals.
These are the steps that are going to get you closer to your goals.
You want to take your overall map and reverse-engineer it into the smaller chunks just like you did with your big breakthrough goal.
For example, let's say you want to start a side hustle, let's say a blog, that's how I got started with SelfMadeLadies.com - Now your first goal would be to get started, then this milestones could be broken down to the following smaller goals (your action steps):
- Get the blog up and running by the end of the first month.
- Have 50 blog posts ready and published by the end of the third month.
- Start to pin three times a day to Pinterest to drive traffic to my blog.
- Implement affiliate marketing to make my first money.
You see now, these smaller milestones and goals can be broken down even further, e.g., "implement affiliate marketing to make your first money," could mean that you need to implement the following action steps:
Learn how to be a pro at affiliate marketing. Like taking this course by Michelle from Making Sense of Cents,
Decide on the products you want to promote and contact the seller for their affiliate program. Like my affiliate program here.
Create affiliate optimized posts to promote the chosen products.
And so on...
Oh, and btw. in case you are a personal development blogger yourself, or you do have an online audience, and they are interested in personal growth, goal-setting, and manifesting, you can contact me to join my affiliate program.
Conclusion About How to Manifest Your Goals
You see, the manifesting process is not magic, but to manifest your BIG goals is easy when you know what you need to do. But it will always take two things:
- The right kind of goals.
- Taking (inspired) action.
And without a map, and breaking the goals done to the different levels, these goals can seem quite daunting and may cause you not even to start.
Procrastination sets in when we feel overwhelmed.
With small steps, action steps you can take every day, it becomes much more believable that you can achieve your bigger goals. And that's the motivation and the beliefs you need to crush through your goals.
When you want to learn more about how to set the right goals, and also how to manifest your big dreams, check out all the SelfMadeLadies personal development books in my shop!
Author, Certified Transformational Trainer, NLP & Mindset Coach
Hey there! I am Mia Fox, author, manifestation & money mindset coach, and the founder of the SelfMadeLadies online community, where I inspire women like YOU to turn their dreams into goals and crush them! My manifesting and money mindset books, blog, and online coaching programs will help you to create your own inner coach and transform your life, the way you always wanted it to be! And now it's your turn! Here is how I can help you » Shop My Books!
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