Everyone wants to set goals, and many actually do set them, but only a handful of people achieve them.
And out of these people that achieve their goals, only a portion of them are truly satisfied with their accomplishment.
What is this exemplary group of people doing differently than everybody else and how can we join this satisfied achieving group?
When it comes to goal setting, I’m no stranger. Flashback to 5th grade, I can remember the guest speaker telling us the importance of goal setting and how it could get us anywhere in life. She was right!
Oh, and the guest speaker? My mom.
I’ve been goal oriented since day one. After dozens of questions seemingly going in circles, a recent personality test—a friend insisted I take it—classified me as “The achiever.”
This was no coincidence.
I spend much of my time thinking about what it is I truly want and how to best get there, all the while, doing my best to not ignore the beauty, joy, and happiness that’s right there in front of me, every single day.
Am I the best at it? Certainly not. I know tons of people that are better at putting into practice what I know in theory, but I’ll do my best to share with you what I’ve found works for me and what I see working for others.
We have one life (as far as we know) and we have the opportunity to architect it how ever we see fit.… Read More