How to build self-worth by writing goals

When you want to tell the world something in your writing, make your goals attainable. I mean being real to the core. Some will criticize you and others will applaud you.

You may have unknowingly actually set a goal that will be difficult for even others to achieve, even if they had the means and time to do so.

Do you know what I mean?

As you think about this piece, keep in mind that A Course in Miracles teaches that “Your true free will is the power of the universe, for it is God’s will.”

Here’s what you can do about your writing goals, and I think you need to painstakingly break down your goals into little things that even you might worry about being criticized by others, like your own family.

You will usually achieve your bigger goals if you are concerned with achieving the smaller goals that cause them.

It is important to make your goals as realistic and achievable as possible.

Now that you have committed to your true Heart, you must come up with a workable plan.

I mean, only you know exactly what you want, however do you understand the best ways to get what you want?

Do you need technical or artistic training to achieve your goals? Or maybe you need more research?

Do you have a strategy in place that will lead to your writing goals?

What things, both intangible and concrete, do you have to help you achieve your goals?

Take a minute to sit down and jot down the important things you need to do and strategize how to work toward your writing goals.

This is a great time to break them down into small, reasonable goals and then tackle them one day at a time!

Resist spreading yourself too thin, but you must also commit to your heart and ABSOLUTELY NOT let anyone convince you of your heroic mission.

The A Course in Miracles states, God’s will is your salvation.”

In some cases, it is better to deal with one goal at a time, instead of shooting and shooting for several goals at the same time.

Deal with a large number of goals at any given time and you will find that you are not even close to achieving even one goal.

You have failed if you listen to NON-WRITERS for advice!

A while back we talked about how to truly stay focused on your goals by listening and understanding the inner voice of love.

You won’t be able to focus all of your energy on any one of your writing goals, let alone a single goal.

Prioritize your goals and start with either the top priority or the most practical goal.

If you don’t have experience following a proven system, if you can find one, you’ll find you can do even more

The bottom line is to break down your writing goals into small, reasonable goals set according to accessible time frames.

You will often achieve your bigger goals if you work towards the smaller goals that lead up to them.

Don’t listen to the NAYSAYERS and stay with your heart.

Do you need technical or artistic training to achieve your writing goals? Do something about looking for them if so.

Work on so many writing projects, but from the same niche, and you’ll find that you’re on your way to making your dream come true.

Along the way, you’ll need to stay focused, so be on top of keeping your mind in the right state to be at your best most of the time.

And so I encourage you to learn how to do mindfulness meditation and get to that calm real inner state of mind that tells you what to do next.

I will add that writing can seriously make a living like I do nerve wracking sometimes.

At times, because of how hard you work, you can be prone to self-sabotage and mistaken thoughts about your writing being bad.

Just keep going and you will overcome the real YOU.

(I hope you’ll look up previous sessions on how to change your life, set yourself up for success, and gain emotional freedom.)

Your life goals and objectives!

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