March 24th 2009
“I believe in setting goals, but goals should be realistic, not idealistic or simplistic. Idealistic goals become counterproductive. When goals are set unrealistically high, it soon becomes apparent that they are not going to be met. This stifles initiative. On the other hand, if a goal is too simple then it is achieved too easily. Without a stretch there is little reward. In fact, difficult yet realistic goals produce purpose-directed lives.” – John Wooden
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