Applying “Your Future Truth” to Achieve Goals at an Accelerated Pace.
In Patrick Bet-David’s book, “Your Next Five Moves,” he discusses the power of applying the concept of “your future truth.” This involves speaking in a future state as if it were the current state. I have found this to be an incredibly effective way of achieving my goals at an accelerated pace. By constantly talking about myself in my future state–what I will be accomplishing and milestones I am working on–I am able to create a powerful vision for my life that helps me achieve my goals faster.
In James Clear’s book, “Atomic Habits,” he talks about the importance of thinking of ourselves as what we want to become in the future. He suggests that this is a powerful way to create successful habits because it helps us focus on our desired outcome. When we think about ourselves in terms of our future selves, we are more likely to take action that will help us achieve our goals. This is because we are motivated by the person we want to become, not just the person we are currently.
I’m sure many of you can relate to the feeling of struggling to achieve goals. Whether it’s getting in shape, eating healthier, or quitting a bad habit, it can be tough to make lasting changes. One reason we often fail is because we focus on the person we are today, rather than the person we want to become in the future.
When you set goals, it’s important to think about who you want to be in the future and what kind of person you need to become to achieve those goals. This is because our future selves are much more likely to take action than our current selves. We’re more motivated by the person we want to become than the person we currently are.
If you find yourself struggling to stick to your goals, try thinking of yourself as the person you want to be in the future. This simple shift in perspective can make a big difference in your ability to take action and achieve your goals.