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Trevor Emdon   My Press Releases

Painless Goal Achievement (So You Can't Fail)

Published on 5/7/2018
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Goal Achievement - Simplified

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Every personal development book, course and guru I’ve ever encountered teaches the importance of setting goals.

In fact, there’s even an urban myth about some Harvard students of which, the story goes, the three percent who set goals out-performed and out-achieved over the other ninety-seven percent combined.

It’s a very impressive story - until you learn that it never actually happened.  (Harvard has no records of this research, apparently).

Nevertheless, the prevailing common wisdom is that goals are still a good thing.  They help you live a better life.

Except …

Well, they do if you reach them.

But if you don’t, you’re going to feel bad.  (I went to understatement night school, can you tell?)

The truth is, you’ll feel like a failure.  You’ll feel disappointed, frustrated, angry with yourself, maybe even guilty.

Those are not good states for being successful.  And even if you want to argue that taking the knocks is all a part of life and somehow good for you, I’d like to point out a couple of things:

 

1. Any such knocks are entirely self imposed since it would have been you who set up the goal in the first place and…

 

2. Whilst you may achieve some measurable success eventually, as long as you’re not on the rung of the ladder you hoped to be on, you’ll be feeling some degree of miserable.  As if happiness is something you have to strive for, rather than a gift that was bestowed upon you from birth.

 

It would seem as though I’m about to eschew goals and goal setting, but there is, in fact, another way of looking at the whole issue of goals.

The video on this page explains…

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