There’s great comfort in the familiar. It’s tempting to stay with the familiar. But you don’t grow if you don’t move beyond the familiar and challenge yourself to learn what it takes to succeed in a new, unfamiliar environment.
Don’t work on goals that are not yours. Take the time to figure out what it is you really want, what really excites you, what motivates you. Who set the path you are walking on?
Stating goals is good. Stating goals is essential. But too often we treat goal achievement like there are only two steps to the process:
1. State goal
2. Achieve goal
This overlooks the action, the commitment and the work that exists between those two points.