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The psychology behind goal setting is the fact that our brain can’t tell the difference from what we want and what we have. When we set a goal, it acts as if we already accomplished it.
Truly an inspiration book! The author tells us his story in a very nice path, going from his childhood until his early retirement. And one of the most important lessons we can take from this book is to set goals.
When I started writing Dreams, Goals and Adventure, a book to inspire others to never lose sight of their dreams, I had no idea what I was getting myself in to. Sure, just take all of information and life experiences stored in my head and put them on paper. No problem… Easy peasy…
The story he was referring to was the one where I am on burial detail during Desert Storm. To this day, I still have trouble telling it without tears in my eyes or goosebumps on top of goosebumps. The point he was making was that I needed to have even more of that emotion in the written word to have the same effect. Of course, he was a little overboard with defining the color, shape and size of each leaf on every single tree, but I got it. To this day I am so very thankful for his guidance.
I’d say there are more risks in not attempting them. But what if I “fail” and become a “victim” of my own adventure? To this I’d say congratulations….