Do You Know Where Your Goals Are?

“Our plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” – Seneca

I have been a secret admirer of Candy Glendening over at CandiedFabrics for some time now.  She is a very creative fiber artist (among other accomplishments) and full of energy.  She is also very courageous.

I keep my goals in a journal.  Oh all right…I have them scattered in various notebooks and on scraps of paper.  But Candy?  Well…she just has them all organized and published for all the world to see.  They are out there!  In public!

Do you suppose that is a very good motivator for getting so much accomplished?  Indeed.  Powerful. 

How do you record your goals?  In your head?  On a calendar?  On a blog for all the world to see?  What makes you accountable to your goals?  Do you have a plan to reach your goals?  Do you set deadlines?  

I have work to do.  I’m going to be revisiting and revising my goals.  How about you?

I’d love to hear from you!

3 responses to “Do You Know Where Your Goals Are?

  1. Yep, work on my goals aplenty. In my computer, in a notebook, always revising. Without them, I would be aimless for sure!


  2. What a fantastic quote…and yes, I have tons of scattered notebooks and scraps of paper with goals, ideas and such. I am a list person, but sometimes it gets in the way of just ‘doing it.’
    I am a new follower and am finding so much to glean from your site. Hence the comment! See you in other posts!


    • I love the quote, too!

      You hit the nail on the head (or one of the nails, for sure). Making lists is good, but one does need to put some action in there at some point. 🙂

      I really appreciate your following and commenting, Laura (love your name, too)! 🙂

      I don’t blog as much as I use to, or as much as I would like. After writing this post, I took on a new job. The job isn’t new anymore, but I am still there, and I work 6 days a week. Now it matters more than it ever did, how I manage my time!

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