Firstly, a considerable amount of time is required to ask ourselves where we are going. You might try engaging in a soliloquy in a quiet room and writing down your uttered thoughts. Try making a list of your top 100 goals and the things you want to accomplish. (This may take days, if not weeks, until you complete the list. I stalled at 13 and am still contemplating what I really want to achieve!)
Secondly, try writing more specific descriptions of the 100 goals you have set. The more specific you can make it, the more realistic it will appear and the more personal it will become.
Finally, write down the reasons why you want to achieve all of these goals on your list. Is it something that will help you to become a better person? Will it earn you more money? Will it enable you to better help loved ones or those around you? Then think of all the benefits of reaching your desired goals? Write them down. Again, you may need to do a lot of thinking throughout this exercise. What are your true emotions and feelings behind these goals?
By following these steps, we are analysing ourselves, our lives, sorting out the priorities, organising our time, and most importantly, creating desire.