By Kenneth W. Christian, Ph.D.
Listen folks. Talking about goals won’t get you there any more than going to church will get you to heaven.
If you do not passionately believe in where you are going, don’t give goal-setting a bad name by using the word goal to describe listless me-too-ism.
A goal has to be a real destination at which you not only aspire to arrive but for which you make every preparation and expend every effort.
Stop settling for approximations to goals and stop accepting weenie progress.
To really make progress toward your goals you have to stop setting goals because everybody else is.
Continued: What’s wrong with goal-setting?
Article publié pour la première fois le 22/11/2014