Goals are meant to give you direction and to motivate you to work toward achieving that goal. Goals give us reminders of what is important to us and help us to stay on track. Achievement of the goals themselves are not meant to be the purpose of life. The journey is much more important than the destination. No one gets on a roller coaster with the goal of getting it over with as soon as possible. We all want the ride to last longer. The up and downs of the roller coaster ride are what make us scream and get a huge adrenaline rush. When the roller coaster stops, we head to the exit. The ride is over. Most of the time, we want to run back to the line to ride again. We must set goals. Work toward those goals. Put your hands up in the air and scream your head off as you enjoy the ride! However, if all you want to do is to achieve goals so you can check boxes off on your "to do list", then you may as well just skip the ride and walk over directly to stand at the exit.
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.