In figuring out what to do and personal strategies, one component to keep an eye out for is the like factor. Goals could be equivalent to the finish line, and that is a wanted view, but the view all the way along on the race should have or at the least have some moments that resonate as liking, even if it is just felt like a surge rather than a constant stream. What happens with goals, is there is an overlay of wanting to get there so much that in the drive towards the goal, the vision of actually liking is ,submerged, making the goal more scary, more ominous, and filled with more of have toos, than want toos. |
An example of someone who seems to like his work is Warren Buffet, who usually seems cheerful as he discusses his latest moves in his ultra successful business empire, even with those bumps in the road that will always appear somewhat.
The like factor could be viewed as a basic right. If you want to keep going forward with a goal, reserve the right to find some liking of what you are doing as you go along. If you are not finding this, you have a right to stop, jettison the goal, and rewire for something else, somebody else, or somewhere else where you are finding the winds of like, to set sail with.
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