As a writer, I have goals: x-number of words, pages, chapters per day, a book published by a specific date then…
What I want to do and what I do become a major disconnect.
Jennifer Crusie says, “Part of being a writer is defending your vision and not caving … .”
Disconnecting between goals and actions is unavoidable even if you’re not a writer and not caving is too often easier to say than do.
Let me suggest two ways to connect your want and your action to prevent caving:
- Stick to your goal even if it takes longer than you want to achieve.
- Never settle for less than what you are capable of.
Does your goal sometimes seem out of reach?
Keep focusing, keep aiming!
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