Long Term Goals
The biggest unanswered question virtually everyone has is “what do I want?”
As Tony Robbins will say that nearly everyone however can tell you what they don’t want. The reason people fail to actually get their long term goals is that they can’t ever actually figure out what they are.
People spend more time planning their holidays each year than they do planning out their long term goals. Now we are talking about their long term goals here… I.e. the most important thing they wish to do with their lives… Yet they give it no more than an unfocused consideration in between countless poor thoughts about what they don’t want.
If it wasn’t so very sad, it would be hilarious… People spend more time watching just one half hour episode of some pointless soap opera than they give in an entire year considering their long term goals.
You have to ask, are they worthy of their goals? And you have to answer, of course not. To me, it is no wonder that hardly anyone achieves their long term goals because hardly anyone are even bothered to give them any thought.
But then, the way this need has been so badly explained really does go some way to explaining how bad people have gotten to designing their lives. This is one of the primary reasons why I wrote my books. I wrote Creating A Bug free Mind to snap people out of the media induced hypnotism and I wrote Using A Bug Free Mind so that they had the tools with which to actually find out what they actually want.
Your long term goals are important and are worthy of your attention. If you would like to achieve them, then you simply need to become worthy of them by paying more attention to them.