To achieve any goal, no matter how big, the process is the same.
- Define clear success criteria
- Generate ample motivation
- Create an appropriately sized vacuum of time and energy
Anything that is possible is possible in that manner.
We fail to achieve our goals when we avoid defining them appropriately, neglect motivating ourselves, or let our time become filled with too many other things.
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