Are there patterns in your life that stopped you achieve in the past and if so what are those habits or false beliefs? We inherit beliefs from our own cultures and we base most of our development on them. Some beliefs could serve us, others are meant to be left behind. We also make up our own system of values, some interacting with the beliefs we thought that were part of us. So, what should you keep and what not? I am not sure what your goals are. They may be related to starting your own business, changing jobs, upskiling, losing weight, quiting an addiction, finding love or even settling with the right person. No matter what success means for you, you are the only one to aim for it. Success is your own truth and it doesn't have to be shared by others, but, in order to achieve it, you need to surround yourself with the right people. So, again, which of the people who form your social group you will be keeping close to you in 2019? Which may help or which may inspire you? Which of them would celebrate your success and which would envy you? Find your own answers and let go the ones who are not right for you.
During the years, I had many clients who talked passionately about manifesting their wishes. I even met tutors who thought that manifesting meant that you asked and you should instantly receive. Most of them believed that the Universe worked in that weird way that everything we put out there should become reality just because us, humans, demanded it. Things work totally different in the real life. In the highest level of meditation, you can affirm for hours that "my garden is full of roses". The roses won't grow instantly and coincidentally in your garden just because you manifested. Manifesting without action means nothing. Before putting your wishes out there, you should plant the roses and then manifest them to grow and fill your garden with flowers. So what actions do you have to do in order to achieve success? Are they in regards to how you organise your time or perhaps correlated with your own concept of success.
Many of the people I know believe that goals and outcomes are the same things. You may argue that NLP focuses on outcomes, but this may be only the manner they name things. In your case, goals are just goals and outcomes are the possible effects of reaching them. Many people want fame; they want to be well known despite everything, so if you are one of them, believe me when I'm saying that fame is not a goal. Fame may or not follow you reaching success. If achieving your goal is affecting positively others, you may get to be a celebrity, but is this what you really want? First of all, you need to make yourself happy, then, why not, make others content. Therefore, forget about outcomes and keep your eyes on goals that bring your personal success. And in order to do that, go back to the last week assessment and to the 3 personal weaknesses you pointed out remembering that every weakness can be a strength if you know how to use it. If you think that you are too ambitious use your strive to be successful in what you do; if you are too argumentative, use your passion to fight for what's good; if you are too pessimistic, use your super realistic or even fatalistic views on avoiding traps. Use every weakness for your own benefit asking yourself what benefits could you get from your current way of acting.
Success follows change. There may be your language or body image/ language that stopped you achieving in the past. You may have wanted things, but your personal body language may have showed the opposite. If you want to be wired for success, you may have to change... and this is easier than you think. Download the assessment at the top at this post and continue working for success! You can and you will be on top of the world!