Goals Should Be Achieved

Goals should be achieved and therefore I would like to give my congratulations to those of you who have achieved yours. My encouragement to those who have not. Believe and it will happen. We should take the time to review the past year because it will help us to decide what we want and make it easier to set our plans for this coming year.

Yes goals should be achieved and so let's learn from past experiences. We will continue to get what we have always received if we continue to do what we have always done.  Thousands of people will do EXACTLY the same thing this year that did not work for them last year and expect a different result. The opposite is also true and therefore we should do what works if we have had success. Believe in thinking big. As Donald Trump says, "If we are going to be thinking anyway, might as well think big." It's easier to keep on track if we set a big goal and know what we want. The trick is breaking that goal down into smaller goals so we can measure our accomplishments and see how close we are to achieving them.

We all need lots of powerful long-range goals to help us past the short-term obstacles. What it makes of us will always be the far-greater value of what we get. Therefore the ultimate reason for setting goals is to entice us to become the person it takes to achieve those goals. We should not set our goals too low because we will not become much if we do not need much. And we should go to work on our goals because then our goals will go to work on us. In other words, if we go to work on our plan is how our plan will go to work on us. And so it's true that whatever good things we build end up building us.

Michelangelo, knew goals should be achieved when he said "the greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it's too low and we reach it." And most important of all we should write our goals down and place them where we can see these goals everyday. We should decide what we want and be willing to make the change because we really can have almost anything we desire. But to get it we must first decide what it is that we want and remember vague goals get vague results.

We all have to start somewhere with our own goals and don't compare where you are starting with the goals of anyone else. It's not important. Just start. This is a perfect time to put pen to paper and write down specifically what goals we want to achieve. We should all be just a little bit curious what would happen if we really accomplished just half of the goals that we said we want. It's all up to us to begin to set new goals and we should start today. Try the link below if you believe goals should be achieved concerning what is spiritual.

This starts to make a little bit of sense when we start to realize why Jesus Christ referred to himself as "the bread of life." Food must be eaten, digested, and assimilated to become part of our life that will give strength to our physical bodies. It is written that man shall not live by bread alone. Part of the reason this was written is because the Word of God is food for our spiritual life, and it operates along the same principle as our physical body that needs bread to sustain growth. The nourishment from food is a substance that does not come from within ourselves, but from without, because like the natural realm, the spiritual realm also needs a point of contact outside of the individual. We cannot live on our own feelings, experiences, or upon the sweetest words that come from within, which may excite, warm, or interest us, but cannot support, feed, or sustain our true spiritual growth.

In the new covenant, we are sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ, who entered into heaven itself to appear in the holy of holies, the sacred chamber of the heart of God's glorious presence for us. Jesus Christ is the promised seed and faithful High Priest, who fulfilled all the law, and is set between God and us because he is connected to both sides, and thereby he is able to work with God and with us. My mind boggles over God's heart of love, His compassion, and the tenderness to have Jesus Christ, who is the greatest food of all time, the bread of life, to establish a true and vital spiritual relationship between God and us.

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