What goals? I have none, does that make me a bad person? Most of the time we feel we are living life on the strong moral field but lack goals; so what’s the problem? The issue with not having direction of a goal in your life is that you aren’t working in that state of true maximum progress, and leaving more space for the brain to wonder (which it does too frequently already). Why not strive to be the best at what ever you are doing and force yourself to grow in the process, and in turn inspire others to do the same. The ‘mini wins’ that come from laying one more brick each day are far more significant to the mindset than most people place value on. Give yourself the gift of striving for a goal that is realistic at first, something that can be accomplished in a week and then extend your boundaries from there. This will create momentum for yourself, you don’t need to know how it works, other than it does and you will feel it.
Have you had difficult finding worth in goal setting?
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