admin Posted February 6, 2021 Report Share Posted February 6, 2021 https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb06_Post.mp4 They say there are two tragedies in life. Getting your goals, and not getting your goals. This doesn't make much sense, at first. But consider each one. You have achieved ALL your goals. Sure, it feels good for a bit. But then what? Assume you've spent most of your adult life going after your most coveted goals. You've spent years, or even decades. Every day you wake up with burning desire. An ambition driven fire in your belly. To GET that most coveted goal. So, what do you do now? Order some take out, chill and Netflix? Take away that ambition that has DRIVEN you, and you'll start to feel pretty lousy. Luckily, for most of us, and most of the time, we NEVER really reach PEAK goal achievement. Which means that whatever goal we do find, after we relax for a bit, ANOTHER one will keep popping up. So, getting ALL your goals means NOTHING else pops up. What about the other "worst" thing that can happen? Not getting your goals? This is likely worse. Far worse. To have plenty of life left. To have plenty of years of productivity left, but to somehow be FORCED to accept those things you want are FOREVER out of each. That would most DEFINITELY suck. This may even be why we have so many biases. So we'll keep trying REGARDLESS of what contrary evidence lays before us. You may even say this is the human spirit. To keep trudging forward despite the horrible odds. The happy place, of course, is in the middle. To really believe you are ON YOUR WAY to greatness. There's another seeming dichotomy. But instead of goals, we can be a bit more specific. Love, romance, relationships, sexual desires. When it comes this category, there are also TWO horrible outcomes. One is being desperately in love with somebody who wants NOTHING to do with you. The other, potentially much worse, is having somebody else desperately in love with YOU that you want nothing to do with. One makes you feel your heart's desire is out of reach. The other makes feel there is nowhere to hide. Of course, just like goal seeking, there IS a happy medium. For goals it's always in the process of getting more and better stuff, whatever stuff that might be. For love, it's having plenty of options. And within those options, there are some that think YOU are a potential option. This requires a slightly different strategy. Different than the two strategies that end in the two disastrous endpoints. Of finding somebody, chasing them, and them calling the cops. Or waiting around till somebody starts chasing you, and then you trying to find a place to hide. A middle ground that allows you to meet and have a profound effect on as many people as possible. But in a low key way so that EVERYBODY always has maximum choice. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/first-impressions/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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