Close your eyes and create a “future memory.” Pick a specific and reasonable moment in time. What will it look like, sound like, feel like, smell like, and taste like?
The raw language of the brain comes from the senses—pictures, sounds, and feelings. The infinite organizing power of your subconscious mind can better serve you when it can see, hear, and feel what you want, rather than being programmed with abstract, unspecific verbal goals. After all, which would work better—saying “I want happiness,” or “I’ll be happy and more productive when it’s quiet where I work”? The latter, of course. It’s much easier and more effective to show your subconscious what you mean by telling it specifically how achieving your goal will look, sound, and feel.