Why I stopped setting goals and started living one day at a time. Are you a goal oriented person? Ever since I was young, I was an extremely goal oriented person. Whether it was getting straight A's in school or buying my first car, I always found a way to accomplish the goals I set for myself. However, after I achieved my goal I only received a brief moment of joy for all my hard work and sacrifice. So, what did I do? I set new goals for myself! When I first started working online I wasn't making any money. I created a website to help people with gaming addiction and I was mentioned in the local newspaper and even a website in China, but this wasn't enough. So, I made it my goal to make $1,000 in a month online. After I achieved this I wanted to make $2,000, then $10,000. It didn't matter how high my income rose because I wanted more. Goals sucked the life out of the moment and made today seem like a means to getting to tomorrow. Fixating on goals caused me to miss the simple things going on around me, and neglect my health and well being. Thank you for taking the time to be here with me, and I appreciate your feedback!
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