Dreams Without Goals Leads To Disappointment Do They?
Do dreams without goals always lead to disappointment? Seems right eh?
Obviously dreams without action turn into wishes that drift into the ether and end up as “I wish I’d” and that’s such a shame.
And here’s the thing – doesn’t a goal without action lead to disappointment and fade away and back to “I wish I’d“?
Come muse with me about what I think is the missing step that means dreams and goals will never lead to disappointment and lead to “I’m so grateful I did ….”
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