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How to Get EXACTLY What You Want

Have you ever considered the fact that there might be a way to get exactly what you want out of life...no matter how big it is?

If so, you should be encouraged that there is a six step process that you can use toaccomplish the deepest desire of your heart - and this is something which you can get started on today to attain success.

The following six step process is based on Napoleon Hill (author of the classic "Think and Grow Rich") recommended for getting what you want.

It might also interest you to know that this process was given the approval of the famed inventor and business person Thomas Edison, and since then has contributed to the creation of more millionaires than almost any other method in history...

1. Quantify Your Desire

This means that you write down exactly what you want  and be as specific as possible. For example, don't just  say: "I want financial security" or "I want a great  relationship." This isn't definite enough to arouse  desire or to give you something to focus on putting  into action.

Instead, write down exactly what you want and make sure that it's definite enough so that you can visualize  it in your mind's eye.

2. Set Your Timeline

Determine a specific date by which you will achieve  your heart's desire. Be sure that you don't make  unreasonable time demands such as asking for a million dollars by noon tomorrow. Just set something which is  specific enough to give you something to visualize and  to create a sense of urgency that will help you to  move on to the next step...

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3. Determine Your Contribution

If you want something, you have to determine what you're willing to give in return for it. There's no such thing as something for nothing, and even if there were, things which come easy often go just as easily and sometimes end up corrupting your character if you didn't have to work for them.

Deciding what you're willing to give in return for what you want prepares you for the most important step  in the process...

4. Create a Plan of Action

When creating your plan of action, it's important again that you're as specific as you can be. This will give you something definite to start on and will cut procrastination out of your life. It will also give you  a stronger sense of certainty that you'll get exactly what you want. Nothing happens without action, and  action without planning just leaves too much to chance. 

However, it's also important that you don't get  wrapped up in coming up with something which is  "perfect" because that will keep you from moving to  the most important step.

5. Get Started

The most important law of success is the GOYA law, which is an acronym for: Get Off Your Ass. That's right, as simple as this sounds it's the most common step which people skip when it comes to getting what they want. And why do they skip it? Because they  wait until they're ready to get started. The secret to getting started on something is to start whether you're  ready or not.

This means even if your plan isn't perfect, even if  you don't have all the steps laid out, even if you have  no idea how you're going to continue past a certain  point. Just get started, and the rest of it usually takes care of itself. This, in conjunction with the last step, will create the motivation and momentum you need  to succeed.

6.  Read Your Statement Aloud Twice Daily

It's impossible to overestimate the role of your subconscious when it comes to creating the drive, desire and awakening of the creative ideas that you MUST  have to get what you want. Your mind is just like any other part of your body in that it can be trained and  developed, but you have to read your written statement  from the first four steps to train your mind.

If you  merely think about it instead of writing it down and reading it every day, it's like thinking about lifting  weights and hoping to get stronger.

Now obey the GOYA law and get started!

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