“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.”

Zig Ziglar

“When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.”


There’s so much busy-ness in our day, it’s easy to lose sight of our goals and what truly matters to us.

It’s also easy to get so caught in the task list, and never take the time to think about what’s it all for.

Why are you doing the things you are doing? Because I enjoy them? Or because this is what I’ve always done?

Are we aiming for something meaningful or just collecting a paycheck, or spinning our wheels.

Reaching a goal is difficult. (Duh Josh.)

We need something to aim for, otherwise, we’ll get lost along the way. Even if what we are aiming for is just a landmark—something temporary that we can see further off in the distance as we are walking forward. The goal might be further from the landmark, but it will help point us in the right direction.

That’s assuming that our main goal is something we actually want. (Otherwise, why the h*ck are we going this way?)

That comes from knowing what drives you and how you want to spend your precious time here on earth. (Easy, right?)

“If you’re bored with life – you don’t get up every morning with a burning desire to do things – you don’t have enough goals.”Lou Holtz

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing — Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1611

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