The magic starts to happen however when you spend say 15 mins a day writing down and considering your long term priorities/ goals. It changes your attitude to life and you start to believe anything is possible which is different from a new age belief that if you manifest it correctly you can have anything. I don't agree with that and I got the impression that Dave Ellis does not either. There are two things to remember - be as specific as possible and make sure that you get a balance between these three foci:
- What you want to be;
- What you want to do; and
- What you want to have.
- Filling yourself up - what makes you feel good about life? For me it is spending time with my kids and working on my allotment principally. How about you? If you think of a balloon, it has much more oompf if it is full and next to none if it's depleted; and
- Living your life in love and service to others (hence the suggestion to focus on what you want to achieve in 100 to 500 years time.