Write Your Goal and Make It Happen (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Aui V.

Founder & Owner of: Aui’s Den

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Editor and Author of The Booze Stole My Son: Don’t Let It Steal Yours

I am wondering how many of us made an effort to write where we are heading this year. Plenty of evidence supports the tremendous power there is in writing our goals and yet too few realize this.

On my journal during high school, I described the man I would like to marry in the future. Actually, I forgot about those things if not for the playful curiosity of one of my daughter when she digs old notebooks on the storeroom and reads it with her siblings. It was a surprise that what I’ve written there was the exact characteristic of their father long before I met him.


I also collect pictures of the things I would like to have in a spiral notebook. I once cut and design from different house brochures the kind of home I dream to live with my family. A few months later my husband made the place where we reside similar to the picture I have constructed on my notebook. He had no idea of the pictures I have collated!


Since then, I make it a habit to always write everything I would like to achieve in all aspects of my life every year and so far most of them became a reality. I have written aspiration and plans that will never happen and I just accept that and move on to the next, like the braces of my eldest son. I made it one of my goals for him some years ago.


I write the amount of salary I want to earn and the kind of job I would like to do and it never failed me. The limitation is within the boundaries of my mind. I remember about writing and publishing a book twenty years ago and investing in real estate a few years back and they all came to happen.   Some written goal just takes times more than the others but I never lose hope. And I keep doing the leg work.


Writing my aspirations create a great impact in my life more than I could imagine. It provides pure joy and excitement that keeps me motivated and focus most of the time. It gives me a compass of where I would like to be during and after this earthly journey.


Through the years I’ve learned that writing my goal is a powerful tool I use to go where I want to go and to live the life I dream of. Research on the topics of achieving goals constantly shows that those who write their goals actually achieve what they have written than those who did not.


So for all those who have not plot their goals yet, come on and join us as I invite my readers to share their goal for 2017 and have each other’s back on reaching these goals!


Article Credits: Aui V.

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Editor

22 thoughts on “Write Your Goal and Make It Happen (1 min read)”

  1. A very interesting article, will power and the mind are very powerful things. Too many a time I have sat there and just waited for opportunities to just fall into my lap without doing the effort.

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  2. I thoroughly enjoyed this read and I can definitely attest to the validity that writing down your goals has in relation to making goals a concrete reality. Writing down your goal makes it real the moment the pen or pencil touches the paper and the amazing thing about how this world works is that all of the resources and opportunities to make those written down goals happen, come along almost when we aren’t even conscious of the fact that writing down the goal was the cause of the opportunities that come our way. Thank you for sharing this, this definitely opened my eyes to a different perspective on the importance of writing things down.

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