I know it is acceptable to use the verb get when saying you are trying to get yourself to do something or you are trying to make yourself do something
- After much hesitation I finally got myself to enter the dark room.= Even with difficulty the speaker succeeded in convincing himself to enter the room.
- Despite being extremely lazy as I was, I made myself get up.=The speaker forced himself to get up.
But is it possible to use the verb have in this way too?
I need to have myself standing at the door, when the guests come in.
I need to have myself ready for the meeting.
I want to have myself see the painting.
All of the last three sentences sound very odd if not utterly wrong to me, so are they?