It's not everyday that we set goals for ourselves. We can do something everyday to make them reality.
Yesterday I started writing about goals. I’ve had some responses. Some readers didn’t get the ‘you have potential’ line. In fact they were discouraged from doing anything. And at the same time, some readers have maintained a hope that they could do or be something meaningful.
I started writing about goals because I keep running into people who have told me that they ‘feel like’ a failure. I spent years feeling like a failure. I believed that I was failing. It was easy to believe I was failing because I had no way to measure success. Now that I have goals, I can see if I’m successful. I have a better way to determine what to do next. Best of all I have a way to collect victories, small accomplishments every day.
Setting goals took me about a month to do. I listened to ‘Goals’ by Zig Ziglar and combined his way of working with a few other ideas around goal setting then started making promises to myself.
So. If you are interested in feeling less like a failure, over the …
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