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.”
24. It’s OK to not be where you thought you would be at this age or any age. Goals should be liquid, evaluated consistently as you change.
At 11 years old, “Little Nick” (as he was known in his hometown of Monongah, West Virginia) was paying his dues, working at his father’s service station.
There’s a fine line between being driven by progress and being consumed by it and it’s all too easy to fall into the latter.
Can you be honest with yourself about the value you provide people?
I had three goals and one dream leading up to that day.
To keep the end goal in mind.