Make Those Goals Happen- Manifesting Tips

Manifesting- What is it?

Manifesting is intentionally creating what you want. This works through the Law Of Attraction. I won’t go into this too much today (I’ll do another post about that), but wanted to give you a few tips to get you started on manifesting the life you deserve!

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Goals- write them down

We all read about the importance of setting goals for ourselves in business all the time, but do you really spend the time sitting down, getting focused and deciding what your goals are going to be for the day/week/month/year? REALLY? I know, previously I have ‘played’ at it. I’ll write something out, but I don’t tend to look at them again and they go into a forgotten land. This is how not to do it. I’m now making so much more effort with actually writing them frequently and looking at them as often as I can- so they are imprinted on my mind. I take daily steps toward my goals, so I know I am on the road to achieving them. So I’m planning the goals and working toward them. Setting them isn’t enough alone, but it’s a great first step!

I’m now making so much more effort with actually writing them frequently and looking at them as often as I can- so they are imprinted on my mind. I take daily steps toward my goals, so I know I am on the road to achieving them. So I’m planning the goals and working toward them. Setting them isn’t enough alone, but it’s a great first step!

 

Vision Boards

Another easy to do task that is fun and can make a difference to your mindset, having your goals visually for you to see as often as you can. This can be a physical memo board with pictures and quotes on, based on your visions and goals for the future. It can be a screensaver on your laptop, desktop or phone, or all 3. I have mine on my desktop, so I see it literally 10’s of times a day.

These can be created easily in Canva or something similar. Just set the size of your graphic to your screensize and add any pictures that represent what you want. These don’t have to be the actual thing that you are trying to achieve but must represent the feeling you associate with that goal.

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Pinterest Goals Board

This is probably the easiest way to create a vision board. If you haven’t discovered Pinterest- you need to- set up an account here. It’s completely free and is a great way to save a secret board or a public board- completely up to you. You can have one big goals board or smaller ones for certain areas of your life. I love my Pinterest board and often add extra pictures or quotes to it, that represent my goals.

Want to join my Pinterest group board?

Affirmations

Keep inspiring quotes and affirmations around you, to help you believe that you really can achieve whatever you like and that you are truly fantastic.

I’ve created a set of 12 FREE affirmation cards for you to download here, print them off and keep them around you to help keep you inspired and focused on your goals.

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Phone Reminders

This is something that I read in the lovely Denise Duffield-Thomas’ book recently.To see your visions and goals laid out as many times and in as many ways as possible, helps you believe they are true. So as well as the vision boards, set yourself a daily reminder. This could be ‘Yay- I’ve hit £4k this month’ or ‘You have 10 new clients this month’ or whatever one of your main goals is. Start to believe it and believe that you are worthy of hitting those goals!

Denise has a fantastic 5-day manifesting challenge – let me know if you decide to give it a go!

 

Passwords

I’ve heard this a few times, but never got around to doing it, but it’s a simple easy thing to try that can only bring positivity! Set your password to something that is related to your goals. This could be sixfigures, sevenfigures, tenclients, firstclass or a word that explains how you’ll feel when you have reached your goals such as ‘ecstatic’ or ‘proud’. These all help to reinforce those feelings that we’ll feel when we reach those goals. We use passwords numerous times a day, so this is a powerful reinforcement! I’ve just started to do this.

 

Visualisation

Visualising is when you literally spend time visualising something that you want to happen. This could be hitting those goals- so hitting a financial target, signing another 3 clients, getting that big contract, writing a book, flying first class, whatever it is you’d like to happen. You visualise something in your mind as though you have already done it and you visualise yourself as having achieved that goal and the way you feel when that happens. Again, there is so much more I could go into about this, but this is just a quick overview. There are some great guided visualisations to help you get you started on YouTube.

Again, there is so much more I could go into about this, but this is just a quick overview. There are some great guided visualisations to help you get you started on YouTube.

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My Personal Manifesting Story

So, I’m a very practical person, I like to have a reason for things and haven’t previously believed that we are able to ‘manifest’ things into our life or make things happen, simply by believing they can.

 

However, the past few months, I’ve started to have a shift on my beliefs and what maybe can be achieved. I read Gabby Bernstein’s “the Universe has your back’ which I enjoyed and was the first time I opened my mind to the whole idea that we can manifest things into our life. I have also just finished Denise Duffield-Thomas’ book- Get Rich, Lucky Bitch as I said, and I absolutely loved it. So easy to read and written in a way that I could get my head around. I’d thoroughly recommend it!

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So, these past few weeks I’ve decided to make manifesting and visualising part of my daily goals. At first, to be honest I felt really silly. I’m naturally a positive person (most of the time) and I’m a happy, motivated person and in all honesty, this pushed my out of my comfort zone a little.

Firstly I closed my eyes and as instructed in a great video via the Female entrepreneur Association with Carrie Green (I’m a member, which gives you extra resources) and Susan Ferraro I asked the universe for a sign. I was instructed to listen to the first thing that popped into my head. So, I closed my eyes and whilst most people get a pretty butterfly or white feather- I thought of a beetle- yes the grubby little insect!

Over the next few days, I noticed a fair few signs that this could actually work. I kept seeing ‘Beetles’ – the car, but that wasn’t quite good enough for me……then I seen someone on FB write something about The Beatles (band), but she had misspelled it as Beetles- the word literally jumped off the page at me, then my daughter came home from school and said she had done a test in school and part of it was about beetles. So going from thinking how on earth am I going to come across a beetle – I found that I was presented with beetles in various ways. This could be a complete coincidence, but I liked it! It made me think, how cool, I’m going to keep doing this.

So going from thinking how on earth am I going to come across a beetle – I found that I was presented with beetles in various ways. This could be a complete coincidence, but I liked it! It made me think, how cool, I’m going to keep doing this.

 

I’ve now been making a real effort to visualise daily and make a conscious effort to use some of the tips above, to really believe that I can reach my goals. What’s the worse that can happen? It’ll only make me feel more positive in the long run, so I’m happy to give it a go.

Now, I’ve set a certain money monthly target that I’d like to hit this month, and also the number of clients or work, I’d like to have by the end of this month and this is what I’ve been visualising daily.

 

On Saturday, I received 2 payments from old invoices that were overdue. I also received a refund from Fiverr for something that I’d paid for and hadn’t been delivered. I’d been waiting for these to be paid for some time. On Sunday, I had a real de-clutter, something that you are advised to do by Denise in her book. I thought- at least my house will be tidier!

Then, as I’m writing this, a client that I’ve worked with in the past and had wanted to work with me again- but who I hadn’t heard from in weeks, out of the blue, messaged me and said, can I pay the invoice now and get started.

Um, hello, if this is what comes from visualising daily, then I’m all in. These are very early days for me, but I’m happy to keep going on this journey and report back what my experiences are.

I’d love for any of you guys to share your success stories with me, either comment below or message me if you’d like to guest post for me and share your successes!

And please let me know if you decide to take part in the 5 day manifesting challenge with Denise Duffield Thomas- I’d love to hear your goals!

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4 thoughts on “Make Those Goals Happen- Manifesting Tips

    • katiecolellasocial@gmail.com says:

      It’s a great tip isn’t it Sheila, something we are typing so many times a day!Thank you for taking the time to read and comment x

  1. Samantha says:

    I’ve been making more of an effort to manifest this year. I definitely get a lot of signs. I made my vision board on Pinterest last year & it’s helpful. I still add to it regularly, but should get back in the habit of looking at it daily. I never would have thought of the password idea, but it’s so clever!

    • katiecolellasocial@gmail.com says:

      Thank you for your comment, Samantha.The password idea is an easy to try out isn’t it- thank you for the idea Denise DT!

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