is nothing wrong with setting your goals high or expecting things to work out a
certain way. Those can be the very
things that keep us going at times. It’s
our attachment to our expectations – and
to the results of those expectations – that causes us to derail. Because, let’s face it, we don’t always get
what we want. Sound familiar?
to be realistic . . . set our goals to be attainable. Once we attain them, we can set more goals. Baby steps are not just for walking. That doesn’t mean that you don’t allow
yourself to be excited by the possibility.
That’s part of the fun.
because someone doesn’t get all jammed up when things don’t work out, it
doesn’t mean they don’t care. They are
part of that select group of people who can “roll with the punches” and refuse
to let themselves be overshadowed by the results.
Having positive expectations is much better
than the alternative. Being controlled
by the outcome can be as much of a downer as having negative expectations.
realistic expectations, and be open to resetting the bar when necessary. And do what you need to do for yourself, rather
than what you think other people want you to do.
week: Living Beyond Our Means Takes Us
Out of Harmony
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