My Goals are Beyond Your Understanding

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There are many goals that I have set for myself and my life. They’re not just things like “I want to be happy” or “I want to make money.” Those are great, but they’re not the kind of goal I’m talking about. My goals are bigger than that; they transcend everything. For example, one of my goals is to understand the meaning behind this sentence: “My goals are beyond your understanding.” What does it mean? Why does it feel so important?

I know I keep repeating myself, but my goals are beyond your understanding. Why do I care so much about something as simple as a sentence?

That’s when it hit me – and by hit me I actually mean figuratively because there was no physical contact involved at any point-that every day we can wake up and set new goals for ourselves. It’s the hardest thing to do, but it can also be one of the most rewarding experiences.

The first thing we need to do on our journey of change, or whatever it may be, is admit how bad things have gotten. The next step can’t come until the first one has been completed. Once you realize where you’re at then-if the realization wasn’t enough-you should find someone else who cares as much about life as they care about themselves (or at least for the sake of argument let’s say they care about themselves) and you should go to them. They will know how bad it is too, but their words may be different than yours. When all this happens then you can work on your end goal with a clear understanding that change needs to happen-that no matter what your path was before there’s now an important new one in front of you.

In my case I’m going through some changes so I’ve been talking with my therapist who has helped me see things clearer while also giving me advice from his own experience as someone who has dealt with similar issues (I hope he doesn’t feel like therapy is just something people do because they’re weak). He wants me to learn to be more mindful-to take my thoughts less seriously and not react so quickly.

At least for the sake of argument let’s say they care about themselves and you should go to them. They will know how bad it is too, but their words may be different than yours. When all this happens then you can work on your end goal with a clear understanding that change needs to happen-that no matter what your path was before there’s now an important new one in front of you. In my case I’m going through some changes so I’ve been talking with my therapist who has helped me see things clearer while also giving me advice from his own experience.

The same is true for goals that are beyond your understanding in different ways than the ones mentioned above, but they’re all worth figuring out because of what a difference it makes to have them right there in front of you as opposed to getting lost or forgotten about on their own somewhere else.”

This article addresses how difficult it can seem when we come up with new life goals after having our dreams shattered such as through divorce, job loss, death etc., by explaining why sometimes these types of changes feel like one hit wonders (which aren’t always bad) and then offers some advice for achieving any goals that may seem impossibly far away.

With so many people facing changes such as divorce, job loss or death in their lives and the accompanying sadness, it’s no wonder why some of us would start to feel like our dreams have been shattered one by one. And for those who are still hanging on to a few remaining rays of hope through whatever they’re going through, it can be even more frustrating when we realize the goals which seemed so close before now seem impossible with all these new obstacles getting in our way. With this article I want to help you understand how difficult life changes can impact your long-term goals while giving you tips about achieving any goal -no matter how out there it might sound- because anything worth accomplishing is worth the effort.

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By Steffan Devin

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