Why Set Goals Daily

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  1. Set goal.
  2. Fail goal.
  3. Set no more goals.

"I always fail my goals!", you scream like a little bizattchi.

"I now avoid setting goals because I don't want to fail anymore!"

Say that to Supertreezy, and he'll throw you off a cliff and eat your children.

Instead, know this:

  1. Sure, you'll occasionally fail at your goals.
  2. You'll fail even more if you set no goals.

Read that last little bizattch again:

  • You'll fail even more if you set no goals.

Why?

Goals psychologically compel you to get work done in the allotted time.

That is, subconsciously:

  1. Brain sees goals.
  2. Brain magically revolves its priorities around demolishing those goals.

Result:

  • Your inner voice: "Hey! I will strive to complete these things! Oh yes I will!"

Yes, You'll Suck at First. But, You'll Suck Good.

Get this:

  1. Like an inept little 4-year-old who can't play t-ball, you'll initially suck at kicking ass.
  2. But over time, the more you work on accomplishing your goals, the better you'll become at it.

It's like lifting weights:

  1. "I will try really hard to complete my goals at first."
  2. "But, rocking my goals will soon become a natural thang!"

Eventually:

  • You = Alex @^^% Rodriguez.
  • Goals = Kaput like mofos.

Yay for you. Hooray we all say. High five to you.

Set goals. Blast goals. Repeat.

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Posted on August 25

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