To achieve, you must have a goal. Why? Because random chance will rarely drop you in the place where you want to be. It could happen, but it's not likely.
A goal means that you are going somewhere. Where are you going? Wherever your goal takes you.
Achieving a goal can be a great adventure where many wonderful things happen along the way to that goal.
To make things happen, you must first establish a goal for yourself. If you suffer from a sense of purposelessness or aimlessness, it is a sure sign that you've let your goalsetting abilities go lax.
It's time to bring your goalsetting abilities back into focus again.
Imagine the following: Take something that you are already doing. Now establish a time and place for that thing to come to end. See and feel and hear this place of fruition in your imagination.
When you can imagine something coming to an end, you have a goal.
©Edward Abbott 2002-2005