It can be overwhelming looking at the size of your goals some days!
The mountain before you can leave questions in your mind as to why you do what you do. I think it's important to be realistic about the steps and the time frame to get to the summit.
I am notorious for biting off more than I can chew and in turn, continually failing. The problem with unrealistic goals and time frames is eventually you get discouraged and want to give up.
I was at a business breakfast the other week learning from those who have gone ahead and been successful. I enjoyed myself immensely.
Why? Because it made sense. I could understand what was being said, rather than being caught up in some corporate jargon that was way above my head. I understood the majority of what was being said.
The stuff I didn't understand, I wasn't meant to...not yet, or maybe not at all. (I certainly don't want to be a self-sufficient island that knows everything and can't work with others - what a responsibility!)
Consider a meal. It is consumed one bite at a time. Personally I eat the vegetables first because that way, I can enjoy the dessert knowing I have eaten what is good for me. (Mmmm Sticky date pudding!)
In terms of business goals - it's got to be one step at a time. And starting with the vegetables. Sure success is the dessert but if you rush ahead, you skip a process. If you skip a process, you won't understand the process and without understanding, you will no doubt make poor decisions.
Take the pressure off yourself a little today! Look behind you and see how far you have come already! Don't compare yourself to someone who is further along on the journey.
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