When we’re setting goals, it is easy to get carried away with ourselves; and set a goal that is truly unrealistic and unachievable. While it’s a good idea to reach for the sky and be ambitious, setting the bar too high is likely to lead to severe disappointment and failure.
Instead of setting a high bar for yourself, set a lofty, but attainable goal. If that goal proves to be achievable, then you can always take the free time you have available afterwards to set and achieve new goals.
In short, set achievable goal, accomplish them, and then set new goals. This will leave you more satisfied and motivated than if you set unachievable goals and never make progress.
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