Want to become rich, vision your financial goals
By Namugerwa Martha
I’m a big believer in vision, and I don’t see it as something magical, but rather as providing me with focus to help me achieve my goals.
When you first get a job, when you’ve been looking for one for a long period of time, you first get filled with fear and anxiety about the prospects for success but if you set a goal that failure is not an option it guides your actions and visions.
If failure is not an option for you then your vision to success and money is positive and your mind is focused to becoming a financial giant.
Rich and successful people have a mantra “I am acquiring all the wealth I need to live a happy and secure life,” or “I am creating abundance so that I may live free of the constraints of others,” or “I am rich not only in health, friends and family but in my financial portfolio as well.
A person who can envision it, describe it and write it down is more likely to make related decisions that will lead him\her to becoming wealthier.
One of the German Philosopher Johann Goethe said in one of his passages that until one is committed, there is hesitancy and the chance to draw back is always ineffectiveness.
“Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth that is the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and endless plans,” Goethe said.
He added that whatever you can do or dream you can begin because boldness has genius power and magic in it so he advises someone to begin his\her dream right away.
While visioning how to become a financial giant there are many steps to reach that but for me I will give you one irresistible step:
- Schedule your get rich time.
If you’re reading this, then you’ve already invested time and money in your financial well being, which is good. Now take out your calendar and block out one hour per month as time you’ll use to start getting rich. I mean now. Get up, get your calendar, and enter it as a recurring event. You can use that time to read a magazine on investing, do internet research or talk to your spouse or a family member about your financial visions or matters. Make the time sacrosanct so that nothing short of a bon fide emergency should cause you to cancel it.