What’s the difference between achieving written, clearly defined goals and achieving without goals?

Answer: This is a crucial question. If I look back at my life, I’ve celebrated a lot of bigger and smaller successes, like graduating from college, learning a second language, winning some sports competitions, traveling and living in many countries around the world, making some money in the stock market, having some successes in real estate etc.

But I realized today that most of those successes were not a result of smart planning and goal setting. I have wasted a lot of time trying to achieve my “successes”. I have achieved a lot of successes but have not achieved many goals. Because I haven’t have any. The good news is that I see my past as preparation for the new era. The era where I act with focus and take goal-based actions. I am not a random floater any more. I’ve done that. I’ve been there. The more focused I am the faster things happen. I love my new life more than ever. I create myself. It’s a new process and I like it.

Act: There are two ways to live: with a list of goals and without one. The first one is better (for me) because I just don’t want to waste my time anymore. So, set goals, if you don’t want to waste your time. Good choices and thank you for reading.

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