In this video, I share a story about my child that illustrates why you should be real with yourself when considering your goals and how to set your goals so that they truly reflect what you desire.

This story revolves around my daughter’s birthday. You see, she really wanted Blundstone shoes and had been asking for them for some time. I had told her “no” but later changed my mind and decided to surprise her with a pair.

Now, when I say she had been asking for them, I mean she gave me the exact picture of what she wanted her shoes to look like. She also provided a description and told me exactly where she found the picture.

When the day of her birthday came, she saw the box and got really excited. However, as she opened the box, her face changed. It was immediately clear that she wasn’t satisfied with the shoes.

The point of this story is to show how learning to set your goals clearly can help you get what you want. If you can be real with yourself about what you want, you’re more likely to get it.

To some it might seem like she wasn’t being grateful for what I had given her. However, I saw it a different way. She knew exactly what she wanted and she didn’t want to settle for anything less.

How often do we settle on our goals? How often do we accept less than what we truly desire?

If you can set your goals with clarity, then you’ll be able to stick to them as my daughter did with her shoes. By learning to be real with yourself about what it is you’re looking for, you can avoid being disappointed by less appealing alternatives.

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