At a young age, we’re taught to focus on the goal. Keep your eye on the prize, they say.
So when we want to achieve something, we focus our full attention, put in our best effort and keep track with measures along the way.
For the practical items—from simple tasks to longer-term projects—that’s a proven way to get things done. There’s a checklist, a formula to it.
It’s common sense when it comes to goal setting, but not when it comes to happiness.Continue Reading