Most of us spend a lot of time frustrated by our lack of progress. We wonder why we haven’t gotten more things done, racked up a greater number of wins, or significantly expanded our list of accomplishments.
At one point or another, we’ve all felt the stress of underachievement.
But all too often, our frustration is misplaced.
Instead of stressing ourselves out for not achieving some imaginary goal, why not actually set one?
If we know what we’re striving for, if we have an objective, if we delineate our agenda, we’re much more likely to accomplish something.
If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.Zig Ziglar
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