Don’t let any foolish mind or idea destroy your plan

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    Betty CruzBetty Cruz
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    Yesterday, I was with my partner. We had a small argument. I wanted to suggest an idea that might change our course of plan.  With this in mind, I did not consider all our sacrifices and efforts together. I was a fool that got impulsive.  I want to share to everybody that life plans are meant to be consistent and goal-oriented.

    Consistency is the key.

    When you do something, whatever it is. You need to be consistent. The result may not be obvious now but consistency plays well in the end.  Nothing can beat a repeated, compounding actions.

    Being goal-oriented means being intensely focus on what you are doing.

    If you know what is your goal, you know where you are heading.  There are plenty of distractions out there. This can fool you and lead you to a wrong place. Your focus is the measurement on how you value your ideas. If you trust what you are doing then you believe in your goal.

    I will never ever forget what I have learned yesterday. I hope that you, too, has an experience that you can relate with here.

    Again, life plans is meant to be consistent and goal-oriented. Trust God and don’t let foolish idea destroys everything.

    “The wise in heart accept commands, but a chattering fool comes to ruin.” -Proverbs 10:8

     

    • This topic was modified 2 years ago by Betty CruzBetty Cruz.
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    #125665
    Maria CaraMaria Cara
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    I understand. Goals can completely mess up relationships. It happens to anybody. I think what’s best is for you guys to discuss your future in 5 to 10 years. Do you see yourself together? If not, better cut out whatever you have. If yes, carry on. 🙂

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