Visualise Your Goals and Make Them Inevitable

I’ve spoken at length about the importance of visualisation in achieving goals, but it can be easy to forget to use this technique when life gets so busy. Take a step back and remember to visualise your goals and achieve them faster.

Even with the best intentions, everybody can get so caught up in their hectic schedules that they just disregard the most effective goal achieving systems like visualisation and affirmation. I’m absolutely certain that the repetition of visualisation is the first and quickest way to see your goals come to fruition.



We all admire certain people throughout our lives. We may even envy the lives they live. What have these incredibly successful people got that sets them apart from the rest of society?

The truth is, they have no magic powers, but they do have a successful mindset, an unwavering belief in their ability to achieve their goals. These successful people reach their goals time and again through simple visualisation techniques that anyone can use for free.

Visualisation is free to everyone on the planet, and it’s available to use 24 hours a day, every day. It’s your choice to use it or not.


The reason why visualising your goals over and over again will make them inevitable is perhaps more straightforward than you think. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between what’s happening in your reality and what’s happening in your mind.

Your habitual thinking has created all the things that have ever happened to you, the good and the bad. The constant repetition of visualising makes stuff happen. I suppose it’s really a kind of magic power, but the great thing is we all possess this gift.


Visualisation works even better when you bring your emotions into the technique. For example, if you want to experience more wealth in your life, bring in all your senses to feel the wealth. See yourself in the home you know you deserve, visualise in your mind’s eye walking through the kitchen into the family room and sitting down on your comfortable sofa. Smell the flowers in your garden or the freshly cut lawn.

Hear the birds chirping in the trees and listen to the wind blow the leaves on the branches. Walk with bare feet over the lush green grass in your backyard and up to the back door of your house. Feel your hand on the back door handle as you enter your wonderful house.

Open the refrigerator door and pour yourself a refreshing cold drink and look around your home as you drink it. Feel how sensational it feels to be living in the house of your dreams. The good feelings during the visualisation cement the idea within your subconscious.

Through repetition, visualisation works faster to make your goals inevitable. The key is not to become impatient. Simply continue to visualise when you have a few spare moments during the day, preferably when you won’t be disturbed.

As time passes, you’ll notice things start to fall into place, and opportunities will present themselves. This will allow you to move towards the goals you’ve seen in your daily visualisations. This really works and will change your life. Remember, repetition is the key and allow yourself to feel all the good feelings that come up when imagining your goals becoming a reality.


Anthony Hill

When you put together the sum total of my 30 years of bodybuilding training, the contests, the vast array of diets I have experimented (tortured) myself with as well as the experiences I have been through with various training partners in the gyms I have trained in all over the world, it’s been a great ride and I wouldn’t change it for anything. Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to be able to do lots of personal training for private clients alongside my day job. For a few years during my 30’s, I moved to Asia and worked as the Fitness Manager and head personal trainer at one of Thailand’s leading gyms in Bangkok. Learn More

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