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Crystal clear.

Do you consider yourself to be ambitious? Do you have short and long-term goals? Or a rough idea of where you're heading?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then how well do you know these goals? Do they immediately come to mind? Could you write them down without looking at some kind of reference?

If not, firstly, don't beat yourself up, because you're on the right path.

However, there is a lot of potential progress that you're missed out on that doesn't take much effort to reach - it's low-hanging fruit just waiting to be picked.

Why? Because, as cliché as it sounds, where your focus goes your energy flows.

You may hear people talk about "manifestation", and the number one benefit of manifestation is being crystal clear on what you want - to the extent that you visualise yourself holding it in your hands, or acting and talking as if it's already happened.

This is because it's easy to spot an orange car if you're always thinking about an orange car, in the same way that it's easy to spot an opportunity if you're always thinking about opportunity.

Another example I can give you is if you very quickly scroll through a document or website, words jump out to you that are relevant to you - because your brain is clever like that.

This happened to me recently, I cooked with wild garlic for the first time, I'd never even heard of it, and all of a sudden I couldn't stop seeing it on social media.

The reason for this is simple, if I hadn't cooked with it myself, I would have scrolled past these posts without a second thought because my brain wouldn't find it relevant to me.

When you are crystal clear on your goals, you "spot" and align your actions with that goal.

So, put pen to paper and get crystal clear about exactly what your goals are, whether that be in health and nutrition, or life as a whole.

Another final tip if you journal, write these goals down EVERY DAY - this is hands down the easiest way to keep them at the front of your mind.

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