Many people set goals, yet on average they only attempt them less than once. Those who do reach their goals attribute their success to setting tangible, measurable objectives – and pursuing them with focus and determination, even when faced with challenges.
4 Hurdles in Retirement Beyond Your Investment Portfolio
Becoming hyper-focused on only one aspect of a problem is pretty much never a good approach. A racecar driver who only focuses on speed and ignores strategy won’t win races, at least not many of them. A carpenter who only hammers in nails won’t build strong structures.