Ok. I understand that alot better than when I first read the newsletter. I was at work though, so maybe it was just a case of not reading it slowly enough to really absorb it?
It made me think of different peoples circumstances that could make them feel excited to pursue the "crappy" goals that steve mentioned...which made me question the whole judgement of what crappy is in this context.
Originally Posted by ssandra
That's what I got from the article actually...
Just with a warning that the first time you write down your goals they USUALLY are not YOUR goals, but socially approved goals. Which, MOST OF THE TIME, are things like more money, relationship, house etc. Because that is what most of us are supposed to want.
However, whatever your specific awesome goal is, you will know by the way it affects you. How it makes you feel inside. How you feel you would potentially move mountains to get there. How it makes you feel alive.
That's my interpretation of the newsletter anyway.