Fake It Til You Make It

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Having the freedom and ability to pick our own goals will lead to more independence and happiness. Hey, what can I say? The majority of us like having a choice.

But just because we select our own objectives, it does not mean we always pick great goals for ourselves. You see, I know that picking goals sounds simple, but a lot of times the targets we pick have limits on them.

Larger thinking will make the small stuff that pops up in our way seem like little bumps in the road rather than major obstacles. By way of example, when we expect to graduate from high school so as to go do bigger things, when little things pop up, which they will, they do not stop us dead in our tracks. We tend to brush small annoyances aside and keep going in the expectancy mode created from bigger thinking and bigger goals.

Consider this for a minute. If our goal is to just graduate high school,Fort Lauderdale Fl Bat Removalthen when something goes wrong it can look like a significant assault on our dreams.

No! Don’t do this to yourself! Trick your mind if you have to. Graduating from high school is a little thing. You were constructed for something much larger. Get to a state of expectancy in which you expect to graduate from high school because it is one of our tiny, obviously assumed stepping-stones to your much larger chosen goals.

Now adolescents, go learn, lead, and lay the way to a better world for all of us. Bear in mind that we get to pick our goals, and that is a good thing, as long as we are wise enough to think BIG and pick without constraints. And finally, once more, thanks in advance for everything you do, and everything you will do…

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