You know how sometimes you hear that you should go strong for your big goals? But then others will say that if you come on too strong that people will back off? So which is it? Well, that’s the problem. It’s both. It’s what I goal The Goal Paradox. How to work hard towards your goals without being attached to the outcome. This can be a challenging lesson to learn yet may be the answer to success.
“Live for your goals without your goals controlling your life”
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