What is the difference between goal setting and goal achieving?
Goal setting is when you create a plan of accomplishment. Goal achieving is the relization of the goals that you put into action.
In my opinion, goal setting and goal achieving have two very different mindsets at their core. While you're in the goal setting mindset, you cannot be at the same time in the goal achieving mindset. The goal achieving mindset has to do with an allowance of good things to happen, of knowing that it will be, of ease, while the goal setting mindset has to do with determination and passion and focus. What's really important to remember is that you have to get out of your way once your goal is set, or you will remain in the goal setting mindset forever.
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