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Whether it's a gift, a great relationship, or an adventurous life, fulfill your dreams by getting what you want. .

Step 1: Think
Prioritize. Think about what's most important to you.

Step 2: Write goals
Write your goals down on paper or in a special folder on your personal computer. Read them everyday, often.

Post your goals in a location where you can review them easily, like your refrigerator or your bathroom mirror.

Step 3: Make a plan
Figure out a plan to complete your goals. Divide the goal in several smaller goals and said a deadline for achieving each one.

Step 4: Envision
Envision your goals coming true. Think about how success makes you feel.

Step 5: Act on goals
Act: when you see an opportunity to take a step toward making your dream a reality, don't hesitate to capitalize on the opportunity.

Step 6: Show passion
Ask for what you want. Show your passion for your goals and people will become excited to help you reach them.

Spend your time with positive-thinking people who set goals for themselves. Negative people bring down your energy level and stir up self-doubts in your subconscious self.

Step 7: Be persistent
Be persistent and keep moving toward your goals even if you hit roadblocks. Learn from them and then move on.

Did You Know?
The Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" ranked No. 101 in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time."

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