Desire

In Psychology by Jeremy Katz

How badly do you want it?

 If you want to make a change, whatever that change may be you have to really desire the outcome. For the outcome is your furnace, the fire in the belly. When I work with clients and they tell me about the goals and aspirations they have I always ask how badly they desire the outcome for it is the desire that will get you to the finish line.
Look at what life will be like to you when you have achieved your goal, how will it look how will it taste what will the perception of others be (if that is important to you). Is this what you truly desire! For if  it isn’t exciting you and stirring emotion it probably isn’t a deep rooted desire you want to achieve!

“The starting point of all achievement is desire. Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desires bring weak results, just as a small fire makes a small amount of heat.” – Napoleon Hill

In essence your desire has to excite you, for its achievement you have to be relentless in its full realisation taking steps to its  fulfillment everyday.

Get passionate about your desire and throw in some belief into the mix as well and plan your road to success.