By k | December 30, 2012 - 6:00 am - Posted in New Business Development

You’ve drafted up your goals.
Now should you share them?

Derek Sivers believes that you shouldn’t.
He states that
your brain equates
the act of telling someone your goal
with
actually achieving the goal.
That initial sense of satisfaction
prevents you from taking action.

I believe it depends upon
whom you share your goals with,
whether or not they’ll keep you accountable,
whether or not you need their help
with achieving your goal,
and your personality.

I don’t like looking like a jack ass
so when I share a goal,
I try my damnedest to achieve it.
Sharing goals increases my chances of success.

If sharing goals helps you achieve success,
do it.
If it doesn’t help you achieve success.
don’t share your goals.

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