Originally Posted by shawnmihalik
I agree. For example, setting a goal to make more money would be crappy, but setting a goal to make $50,000 a year is far better. It all goes back to how to place your order with the Universe. Be specific.
For a long time I wanted to lose weight, but when I worded my goal that way, I never accomplished it. However, when I set a goal to get myself from 200 pounds to 155 pounds, I was far more successful. I also find it helpful to set smaller measurable goals that accumulate to the the large goal. My first goal was to get my weight to 180, then 170, then 165, 160, etc.
Ah, ok. I can see what you mean by making it more of a clear, measurable thing as a goal to have. So he is saying that the wording
of the goals themselves is what makes the difference between an awesome goal and a crappy goal...not the goals themselves? Is this right?