If you’re really up to something you need to stay still for a moment, think, and place your full concentration on it, and then act decisively.
The Law of Attraction is not about wishing for something and creating a mindset to let it stay like that. Having a mindset is only 50% of the task. Taking action completes the other 50% so you can finally achieve your wish. Work with undivided attention on your desire and spend all your energy into it for an extended period of time – only then will you start seeing the difference.
For thousands of years, saints from India have been practising the art of concentration and keeping their undivided attention to their ultimate objective: achieving their holiness. In Hinduism, there is no one way of fulfilling your desire; there are always many ways. You can choose to start and end your journey without succeeding. But you need to succeed, choose one goal, focus your energy on it and maintain consistency without any distractions and you will eventually obtain it.
In the holy book Geeta, Karma is everything that, once you start directing your energy onto it, rather than just getting an outcome you will achieve everything you want. For people who practice concentration and manage their energy well, no seasonal changes or other external factors can change their daily ritual. Because of this, they eventually achieve what they yearn for.