When Is It Time For New Goals?

When is it time for new goals? When you’re no longer willing to do whatever it takes to reach your current ones. Taking action towards your goals shouldn’t feel like a chore. It should be something you want to do.

I take 2-3 days off juggling every month for recovery purposes, but other than that I couldn’t tell you the last time I missed a practice.

I remember (I believe it was) Kevin Durant saying he hates the three day vacation his family makes him take every offseason. He says he can literally feel himself going insane during those three days without basketball.

A common misperception of goal achievement is that you should be facing a lot of resistance while pursuing your goals. That’s wrong. Excessive resistance simply means your values and goals don’t line up well.

That’s not to say pursuing your goals should be easy and effortless, rather chasing them should be similar to a long distance runner doing a marathon. Reaching your goals may be difficult, but when you’ve set the right goals you’ll enjoy the process and draw constant inspiration from the finish line.

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