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I believe you can choose to pursue any goal you want as long as you consider the consequences.But if that’s not what you want, you better not open that bag of chips.In other words, failing to make the distinction between goals and desires will lead you in the wrong direction, because you will be inclined to pursue things you want that will undermine your ability to get things you want more.Avoid setting goals based on what you think you can achieve.As I said before, do each step separately and distinctly without regard to the others.In this case, that means don’t rule out a goal due to a superficial assessment of its attainability.Once you commit to a goal, it might take lots of thinking and many revisions to your plan over a considerable time period in order to finalize the design and do the tasks to achieve it.So you need to set goals without yet assessing whether or not you can achieve them.This requires some faith that you really can achieve virtually anything,[42] even if you don’t know how you will do it at that moment.Initially you have to have faith that this is true, but after following this process and succeeding at achieving your goals, you will gain confidence.If you like, you can start with more modest goals and, when you build up the track record to give you faith, increase your aspirations.Every time I set goals, I don’t yet have any idea how I am going to achieve them because I haven’t yet gone through the process of thinking through them.But I have learned that I can achieve them if I think creatively and work hard.[43]I also know that I can cheat. Unlike in school, in life you don’t have to come up with all the right answers.Not all goals are achievable, of course.And as I don’t limit my goals to what seems attainable at the moment I set them, the goals I set tend to be higher than they would otherwise be.Since trying to achieve high goals makes me stronger, I become increasingly capable of achieving more.Great expectations create great capabilities, in other words.Achieving your goals isn’t just about moving forward.Inevitably, you must deal with setbacks.So goals aren’t just those things that you want and don’t have.They might also be keeping what you do have, minimizing your rate of loss, or dealing with irrevocable loss.Life will throw you challenges, some of which will seem devastating at the time.Your goal is always to make the best possible choices, knowing that you will be rewarded if you do.In summary, in order to get what you want, the first step is to really know what you want, without confusing goals with desires, and without limiting yourself because of some imagined impediments that you haven’t thoroughly analyzed.How well do you know what you want most out of life?What are your most important goals?Are you good at setting your goals?How confident are you that your assessment of you ability to set goals is right?On the way to achieving your goals and executing your design, you will encounter problems that have to be diagnosed, so that the design can be modified to get around these obstacles.That’s why you need to identify and not tolerate problems.Most problems are potential improvements screaming at you.Whenever a problem surfaces, you have in front of you an opportunity to improve.If you don’t identify your problems, you won’t solve them, so you won’t move forward toward achieving your goals.As a result, it is essential to bring problems to the surface.Most people don’t like to do this.But most successful people know that they have to do this.They can be harsh realities that are unpleasant to look at, so people often subconsciously put them out of sight so they will be out of mind.Thinking about problems that are difficult to solve can produce anxiety that stands in the way of progress.People often worry more about appearing to not have problems than about achieving their desired results, and therefore avoid recognizing that their own mistakes and/or weaknesses are causing the problems.This aversion to seeing one’s own mistakes and weaknesses typically occurs because they’re viewed as deficiencies you’re stuck with rather than as essential parts of the personal evolution process.