It’s funny. We set these goals for our lives and then we immediately start inserting doubt.
And because we do, the entire idea never makes it out of the starting block.
You might wish for a million dollars in the bank.
But then you jump to “Where should that money be coming from? I have a 9 to 5 job that barely pays the bills.”
An athlete would never do that.
If a runner sets out to do the 100-meter sprint, he doesn’t think about what could go wrong.
He thinks about one thing and one thing only: the finish line.
He trusts that his body will do the rest.
You can do the same.
Just set a goal and trust that the universe will arrange the circumstances for you.
It’s been doing it all your life.