There is always a goal to be accomplished, a struggle to face, a challenge to meet, a dream to chase.
If you’re not elite at multitasking, dedicating time to each dream will mean they’ll all suffer a bit, because you need to be fully invested and focused on each, individual goal.
Whether it’s forwards, sideways or some direction you never expected, movement is necessary to life.
Try to forget your desired outcomes; try to remove your idea of what you want to accomplish, and just go for it. Our ideas of where we want to be in the future will only limit the present moment.
Making list makes you believe that 2015 is your year.
If you love books as much as I do and are a self-professed book nerd, check these titles out!
What do you want to do? Believe me, you don’t want to know. This question comes up more often than not.
If you want to be the next Oprah, that’s fantastic, but simply having the goal “be Oprah” might freak you out more than it inspires you. Try making weekly goals that are realistic.
Tony Robbins has a new book out today. For the first time in 25 years I think.
2. “You’ll never make any real money doing this.”