Asking and wishing for what you want doesn't always
mean you get it. We all learn that lesson as children.
Learning how to ask is a lesson many people never
properly learn. Knowing how to ask for what you want
can mean the difference between getting it and just
continuing to want it.
Even more important than knowing how to ask, is
knowing what you're asking for. Understanding what you
want and the reasons you want it can give you valuable
insight to the thought process that is necessary to
achieving your desires.
Asking for riches without know what you want those
riches for may not bring you the happiness and
satisfaction you anticipated. Realizing why you want
money can help you understand what your real desire
Do you want it to provide security for your family, or
because you really want the power money buys. The
goals here are different. And while obtaining one,
doesn't necessarily mean you don't get the other, it
also doesn't mean you will either.
Asking for another job is good example. Why do you
want another job? Is it a second job you want? Or one
that pays more? Or are you really wanting a job that
you can enjoy doing? Not knowing why you want another
job, can lead to dissatisfaction when you get what you
So the first step is learning yourself. Knowing what
you really want and why you want it.