Is it a Goal or a Fantasy? I have talked quite a lot about having large goals. But there might be some misunderstanding about whether it's a true attempt at a goal or just a fantasy. The difference is this: for a goal, you are willing to put the time, the energy, the sacrifice, the dedication, the commitment, the work in to making it happen. A fantasy is just something that sounds nice but you aren't able to, or willing, to do whats necessary to make it come to fruition. Everyone wants to lose weight, but if you come up with excuse after excuse about why and how you cant do what you need to do to lose the weight, then its just a fantasy. If you want to qualify for a particular event but you aren't able to do the training, fix the weaknesses, get the nutrition in check or all the other things that need to happen, even if its because you don't have the chance in your busy life (which is totally fine), then its still a fantasy. Sometimes you have something you think is a "goal" but you don't have the resources to be able to accomplish it. It's still just a fantasy at this point. Let's say you have a goal of learning 3 languages, and you make it a point to study, whether that's audio in the car, flashcards on the bus, watching foreign films, every day, then this is a goal because you are attacking it. You aren't letting things get in the way. You are finding a way to put your time in. You aren't making excuses about why you can't or why it won't work. You are doing it! Does this mean you will accomplish your goal? No, but it does mean that you are in active pursuit. And with the lofty goal, you might fall short and only get 2 languages down. But this would be way more than if you would have just picked 1 language to learn. Hope this helps. Now figure out your goals and get after them! :)
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