I Agree with the suggestion to focus on your primary goal. In many cases, this primary goal, being achieved, smooths the way, and sometimes even just pops into existence one of the other 6 perhaps smaller ones.
If your primary goal is:
"To be able live off Passive income generated by your preferred skills", and you've achieved it..
Then, another goal, for example of being in great shape can be pulled off that much easier, because you can schedule the perfect exercise regimen and have time to prepare healthy food, etc., because you're not doing the 8-hr grind anymore.
Note: Of course, it's not even necessary to imagine a particular method of getting somewhere, such as manifesting the passive income. You can manifest two townhomes, as Bobbie Stevens did, and after that, she didn't have much of a need for work .. so then she began focusing on her second goal: The perfect partner..
And she focused very intensely on it, because he townhomes and their furnishings and her car were done.
Originally posted by Alex K. Viefhaus:
Yep start with one. You can give your full attention to your primary goal. Do the daily visualisation recommended in the manual using the techniques you learned in the Prelude.
You may reach a point where you can do no more for the moment then is a good time to look at the others. It does not mean you never look at them. In fact you should be as clear as you can get with all of them by the time you do your daily focus.
Then you can do the Labyrinth cd once the opportunity comes up.
Finding time for each goal is exactly the problem by focusing on one thing at a time things happen. Watch the movie Forest Gump and consider the principle of single minded focus.