Why and what do you deserve

This article is used for discovering your needs from life. What do you deserve and what do you want? Who do you want to be in life and where do you want to go in life?


This article is used for discovering your needs from life, what you desire and where you want to be and who you want to become. Remember life is not about finding out who you are but about creating who you want to become, the things you will leave behind with your team, your family and your friends.

You may or may not be surprised to hear that not everyone in this world is always aware of how they fit into their community or what they want to do with themselves. There are many people who have such amazing minds and can accomplish so many things yet they are never sure of what direction in life they would like to take.

From our studies of excellence and successful people we can see that each person who considers themselves to be successful and peaceful within themselves all have this outcome for who they want to be in life. In fact it goes a step further than that because they not only know who or what they want to become but they can describe it to you in explicit detail.

They have images and sounds in their minds that accurately show them what they are going towards and with this they build a tenacious resolve deep inside to become this all successful human being. Even before they achieve their successes, on their way down the road to their various goals they experience comfort and total peace of mind as they are getting closer to that dream with every passing minute.


True Success.

Walter Disney is known as a famous cartoonist and for making Disney World and Disneyland. His dream was to become a cartoonist and he made his dream come true. Not only did it come true but Disney World today is one of the most renowned and spectacular cartoon producers ever! That is the product of knowing your outcome.

In fact not too long ago at a news conference a reporter asked representatives of Disney world what they thought Walt would have said about Disney World today. Their reply was along the lines of "What do you mean? He saw it first!” They realized that it was all made possible because of one man’s dream and in that dream he saw exactly what he was going to produce his very own Disney World.

Another example of this is Bill Gates. From the very beginning Bill always knew his personal outcome. He wanted to come up with some software that would be used to run every computer in the entire world. Some dream! Did he make it come true? Well I think we can safely say yes he did because MS Dos and the Windows operating systems have been implemented on more than 95% of the world’s computers. How amazing is that? He did not even come up with the software to begin with; he purchased the Dos system from IBM in the early days for little over 35, 000 dollars and now is the richest man alive. That is some by-product of one teenagers dream.



However, before you can see your life’s dream come around like your friends Walt Disney and Bill Gates, there is a need to establish what your desired outcome really is. Where do you want to be? Who do you want to become? What is it in life that is really that important to you? You need an answer to these questions to grow in life, it is vital to have direction in order to feel fulfillment and real satisfaction in your life.

So let’s get to the specifics, how can you know and begin to develop your outcome? In order for you to look at what your personal outcome is for your life and who you want to become you need to think about what you desire for life and what you believe is a must have or what is a could have. To start thinking along these lines, do the following exercise with a pen and paper and see what you can come up with.

Remember back to when you were young and when you were just starting to realize that your life is yours and you can direct it any way you like. Remember the times that the adults in your life would ask you what you would like to do when you grow up. What was your answer? At the age of 7 or 8 what did you want to do when you became a grown up? Think about it for a moment and see that small you thinking "Hmmm, what would I like to do?”

In your mind’s eye bring that image of what you wanted to do up close and make it bright and colorful, really see what it was that you wanted to do. Take your time, for some this does not come easy. Once you have a large bright image of what you wanted to do in your mind’s eye, think about what that job or role would have meant about you as a person.

For example would it show you to be caring, intelligent, and humble or would it show you to love people or that you are explorative and open minded? Take some time to list the things that this job you wanted to do would say about you as a person.

Once you have a list of things written down, think how many other pursuits in life could lead to having the same fundamental characteristics as the job you desired when you were younger. What else could you do to become that person that you always wanted to become? How else can you achieve what you desire and your goals are to truly feel fulfilled in yourself? To add more juice to the things coming into your mind right now try going through the second step in creating a well defined outcome for your life.

Now is the time to really let go and be silly. Use your imagination in this step like you have never used it before. Do not allow beliefs about how the world really works stop you from exploring every avenue of life in this exercise.

What I want you to do now is to imagine that everything you do in your life from now on will be 100% totally successful. Nothing will ever fail for you from this point onwards in your life. Now from this position of power, make a list of as many different things you would like to accomplish.

What would you do, would you buy a yacht and sail the world? Would you find a cure to a fatal disease? Would you make it your mission to move towards world peace? Would you burn all your clothes and get a new wardrobe and become a new person, an excelling person who loves your life?

Write down all the things that you would like to do if everything you did was totally successful. List them all and leave nothing out. Nothing is too silly or mad or impossible for this exercise. What would you do? Think about it. Write it down.

So by now you should have two lists and be able to see yourself doing them in your mind’s eye very vividly and colorful and bright. If not just spend some time looking over the lists and practice seeing yourself already accomplishing the things noted down. Notice how the pictures look in your mind and how that makes you feel.

In this step you need to go through your lists and pick out just 5 things that will affect your life for the better. That will move you towards your goal of who you want to become and give you the results you truly deserve. Carefully consider each item and weigh up the time lines before committing to it as a goal for your life. Select just 5 things so that you can give complete time and energy and remain focused on pursuing your life’s outcome.

This four step process will enable you to identify the meaning of who you want to become and give you the images in your minds of what life will be like when you have accomplished them. There are some important factors when establishing your life’s outcome which need to be addressed if you are to remain juiced about it or stay motivated about it through the duration of acquiring the changes and the desired results. These factors can easily be remembered as follows:


Stay positively in terms of what you want.

The human mind does not comprehend negatives. What do I mean by this? Well for example try not noticing the sensation in your stomach right now, or try not thinking of the color blue. It is pretty much impossible because you first have to know what it is you are not thinking about then replace it with something else. The human mind works using positives so do not state goals such as I do not want to smoke anymore. Rather state something like I want to become a healthy vibrant individual with lots of energy and passion for life. Stating it this way and using this to form your images of your desired results will drastically increase your chances of achieving your life’s outcome.


Described in sensory based language.

Now that you have stated your outcome in positive language you can now ask "What will I see, hear and feel when I have my outcome?” Doing this will help you to realize when you have fully realized your desires for your life. Close your eyes briefly and see the pictures of what it will be like when you achieve what you desire. Listen carefully to your surroundings as you realize your goal and see how that makes you feel inside. Doing this will setup your nervous system to continually look forward to achieving the goals and drives you towards them until achieved.