How To Think and Achieve BIG?

Those who believe they can move mountains, do. Those who believe they can’t, cannot.

David J. Schwartz

His point of wisdom is clear: it is not what you are that is holding you back in life. It’s what you think you’re not. It is what is going on in your inner world that is preventing you from having all that you want. And the moment you fully understand this wisdom, you will see almost immediate improvements in your circumstances.

If you are not pursuing your dreams, you are fueling your limitations

Robin Sharma

We live our life with blinders over our eyes,  afraid to dream bigger dreams and do the things we fear. The result is, we eventually lose our vision and spend the rest of our days within a very limited zone of movement. Too many people lead small lives. Too many of us die at twenty and are buried at eighty. Remember, nothing can stop a person who refuses to be stopped. Most people don’t fail, they simply give up trying. And most of the limitations that hold you back from your dreams are self–imposed.


So now the BIG QUESTION is How to Think and Achieve BIG

Be Positive & Fearless

Negative or fearful thoughts produce small thinking. Think positively. Eliminate the word ‘impossible’. Successful big thinkers come up with reasons why you can’t. Others find reasons why you can’t. It’s up to you, which way you think. Big thinkers see problems as a challenge and any challenge as an opportunity.  Their big thinking creates unlimited possibilities, alternatives and solutions. So turn your attention to being brave, bold and optimistic. It is exciting and challenging. Go for it!


Enlarge Your Visualisation

A big thinker visualizes what is possible in the future, rather than being stuck in the present. Look at things not as they are now, but as they can be – without limitations. Visualization adds value to everything. This visual practice gives you an exciting taste of what your vision will be like in reality.

Ask BIG Questions.

Practise asking yourself and others some big and challenging questions, such as:

If there was one thing you could change about the world, what would it be?
If you had all the time in the world, what would you do?
Who in the world would benefit the most from what you know?
You can also read the benefits of asking questions from my article Ask Questions.

Be Creative and Dream Big.

Go large. The size of your belief determines the size of your success. Do some creative brainstorming – without censorship. Think about how you can develop them into reality. The key to success is imagination, so let your ideas flow freely, allow yourself to dream, take note of your greatest idea then concentrate on that and don’t give up until your vision is a reality. So all in all, create a vision that is so inspirational that it ignites the fire within you and gets you excited to work towards it.


Set a Massive Long Term Goal and Stick to it.

Decide your Goal and then keep your maximum focus on achieving it. Turn your attention to what you want, and make it happen. Successful people are those who are doing everything they can to achieve their goals.

Slow and Steady Wins The Race

Take steps towards your big goal daily: even spending just 15 minutes per day will help you to achieve great success, over 10 years.

Above all:

Believe in Yourself.
Belief is the most important part of achieving big. If you believe it can happen, it can happen. So shed the shackles of “tiny thinking,” have the bravery to dream big for a change and accept that failure is not an option for you.


Don’t be afraid of the space between your dreams and reality. If you can dream it, you can make it.

Belva Davis

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