How important is it to set goals? Is it necessary? And what if we change our minds?
Can someone aim to dream? Probably not. Dreams are unlimited, daily. We can dream with eyes closed, with eyes open, while we sleep, but also during the lesson. There are various kinds of dreams. Some are unexplained, and others are our self-projection in the future, as we would like to be in an hour, in a day, in a week, in a month from the moment we were dreaming. How many of us do we record and realize these dreams?
In a “galaxy full of stars” many of us dream of getting to a “constellation” somewhere far, however, this will be possible only if we record the destination in the “control system” so that we will be able to “navigate” our way towards that “constellation”, take control of our lives. In a nutshell, we interrupt “auto pilot” and set a specific destination of our choice. As such, we can have better results, such as shorter “flight time”, “safer route”, etc. So we focus better on our “navigation” and prepare for when we get to the destination. We are also accountable to ourselves, but we also have the ability to make improvements, attitudes by setting new goals, or enriching the new ones and achieving them.
Thus “A DREAM written down with a date becomes a GOAL. A GOAL broken down into STEPS becomes a PLAN. A PLAN backed by ACTION makes your dreams COME TRUE.”
– Greg S. Reid