Before starting any new project, I look at the goal I have set for myself. If it isn’t clear, I might want to revisit and re-examine my goals.
I think that goals and visions and objectives are a bit of a problem because they are fuzzy notions. They are too human for the task at hand to be clear or unambiguous. We all have some things that we do and some things that we do not. There are some things we do because we want to, and there are some things that we do because we have to.
I think this is one of the things that defines us as human, is that we can have both. We can have some things that we do that we want to do for the sheer fun of it, and some things that we just have to because we have to. As a general rule, I think that goals and visions and objectives are important parts of any task, but they are somewhat useless for most things because they are almost entirely dependent on the person doing the task.
The more I think about it, it’s kind of a bad idea to think that we are not dependent on our vision or objectives. They are, after all, the very thing that makes us human, and what our lives are really about. That doesn’t mean that we should only think about our vision, because we probably can’t always control the things we want to, but it does mean to have goals that are somewhat vague.
When we think about goals, we think about objectives. It’s also true that every action is connected to a goal. You can see this in action when you think about a task you’re trying to accomplish. Like, for instance, I want to be more organized. Then you think about all the things you can do to be more organized. You can’t just walk into the room and do all this stuff. You have to set a goal and then go out and do it.
That is what we mean when we talk about goals. Goals are vague because they are related to a thing we can only do and that thing is related to something we need to accomplish.
Like, I want to be more organized, I need to organize my life. Now I know that I need to organize my life, but the question remains: what exactly are I supposed to do to be more organized? When I think of setting goals, I think about things I can do that are related to that goal. So maybe I need to find a book that has to do with organizing.
Like most people, I think we think of goals as being things we can accomplish, like, I need to accomplish something and I have to go to the gym. This just isn’t true. Goals are things we need to accomplish, like, I need to accomplish this, and that’s why I have to go to the gym. I can’t be more organized without going to the gym.
Goals aren’t about setting up a specific goal. They are, as the name suggests, about achieving a specific goal. In the case of the gym, for instance, it would be about setting a time to go, so you can get a jump start on your workout. They are not about creating a specific future. They are about making things easier for you and your future self.
I would argue that goals are about setting the bar high and the time frame short. They are not about creating a specific future. They are about making things easier for you and your future self.