One night I was watching the TV series Raising Hope when I heard a phrase that immediately caught my attention: “Because when you stop dreaming, you’re just sleeping”. And it just reminded me of how important our dreams are when we are trying to set goals for success. Without dreams we usually lack the necessary motivation to keep moving forward.
But dreams alone don’t take us very far. We must learn how to set up goals that are reasonable and achievable and act on those goals with consistency and determination. I’ll discuss more about goals on future posts.
Right now I just wan’t to direct your attention to the habit of sharing goals. How convenient is to share our goals with others? How often should we do it?
On this TED Talk Derek Sivers presents some interesting research-based facts about the psychology behind sharing goals. I think you’ll be surprised with the findings: