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Keep on the Path to Your Goal


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“Keep on the Path to Your Goal” by Joan Y. Edwards

Keep on the path to your goal. Look for three ways you’ve used earlier. Look for three new ways to get where you want to go. Decide which is the best for you. The one that invigorates you and gives you energy to act in a positive manner is a good plan.

Realize that sometimes life stops you in motion. Fears, sadness, or exhaustion may cause you to “run in place” or “freeze.” It’s okay. When you’re feeling better and realize you’ve been “treading water,” renew your commitment to this goal or go for a new goal. Perhaps the old goal wasn’t what you really wanted to do.

Write your goals down on paper. Read them over. Change them so that they are meaningful and fill you with the desire to reach them. Decide how long you think it will take to reach your goal.

Embark on your journey. Good luck.

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