Originally Posted by elucidate
Yes...I am aware of what I consider to be my awesome goals Brendannz.
I think you'll find that I wrote in my original post asking for STEVE'S definition of what an "awesome" goal is...out of pure curiosity.
I thought I wrote it pretty clearly.
Maybe Munish is right though. As I do not really venture into Steve's threads very often it's possible I missed reading about his definition of what awesome goals are, the last 600 times.
My point is that what is awesome for one person may not be so for another, and what is crappy for one person may be what is awesome for someone else.
For someone with an acquired brain injury, for example, the goal of tying his/her shoelaces one day independant of any help, may be what keeps them going and becomes an obsession...whereas, to most of us that would sound like a crappy goal.
Never mind though.
Did you read the whole article? You're asking questions that IMO were already answered within it. Perhaps re-read it more slowly.