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Burning Desire Achieves Goals In Life

Contributed by : Dr. Chetan Chopra

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Do you have a burning in life? If so, you know it's powered by determination, unquestioned faith and belief in your abilities and courage to act in the face of fear.


To take your burning desire the next level of achieving your goals, here are a few suggestions.


1. Make it very precise. State very clearly what you really want in life.


2. Make it come alive in your imaging. Visualize it. See full color and exacting details...achieving your desired goal.


3. Make it very intense. The more vivid you make the image, the stronger your desire will be. And the stronger your desire, the more determied you'll become.


4. Make it inescapable. Leave yourself no possibility of retreat. Failure cannot be an option.


5. Make happen now that you know exactly what you want and vividly see it, go after it with determination and faith.


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