Everybody can set goals . . . and most people do. Our brains love goals!
What about you? Do you ever daydream about making a bunch of money doing what you love? Do you have goals for living a joyful, meaningful life with your family and friends by your side?
Goal setting, in fact, was one of the earliest functions of the human nervous system. It helped to trigger movement toward food. Primitive goal-seeking mechanisms were part of our ancestors’ ingrained program . . . and the key to our survival as a species.
But we all need to stop setting goals the old fashioned way and start focusing on the neuroscience of goal achievement instead.
How do we do this? We start with eliminating all deeply embedded fears. After that you can have it all.