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Jun 04, 2019 12:02:04

Setting goals

by @NL | 207 words | 🐣 | 3πŸ’Œ

Artem Grechka

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I had an amazing opportunity to spend the last 3 days with my family and think about life. Yesterday I worked from home and spent time usually consumed by commute on playing with my son and setting goals.

You know - when you have kids, you usually don't the luxury of free time or flexible schedule. So you need to focus and rethink how and on what you're spending your time. Every day, every minute. Your life is from now on only partly belongs to you. Another part belongs and is responsible for your kids. And it brakes you or it makes you stronger. You want to do more, achieve more, give more.

So you're starting to optimize what you have. But also you start setting goals. Maybe it's doing more or do better. Maybe it's earning more. Maybe it's something radically different. Everyone has something valuable only for her.

But you should set huge goals. If your goals are small - achieving them will not make super happy.

'If people aren’t laughing at your dreams…then they aren’t big enough!' ― Grayson Marshall.

Dream big, desire more, create more. Life is short and you have only one try. So why you should dream small and set low goals? Go big!

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