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Discussion on: The Best Way to Achieve Your Life Goals

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Ahmed Somaa • Edited

Right on time. I think my struggle lies in not being specific on what goals I want to reach, and being taught to either finish projects under pressure or to finish them perfectly.

I usually have access to courses and materials about things I want to learn, but most of the times I finish 50 or 60% of them and switch to another thing. I think this because in uni, we studied different subjects at the same time, and we never focused on one thing to pursue and give it all the attention even in the senior year, so this affected me to at least know one thing about everything.

One thing also that could hold anyone back is to try to be perfect in everything possible. This haunted me in coding by trying to make the code as perfect as possible by optimizing it and adding comments πŸ˜‚ instead of accounting for speed of finishing the project.

However, after graduation, I've been more active, and specific about my goals but it seems to me, I'm only active cause I might not have time to develop myself if I've been drafted in the military service to serve for three years πŸ˜‚.

The post is great and helpful, because it seems to me that I have an issue with aligning my habits with goals before writing them down first πŸ˜ƒ. Thank you for the motivation. I really need it.

One question: Do you keep them in a place where you can see them everyday?

P.S.: It is obligatory for men in Egypt who finished college to send their papers to the military service, and wait to see if they would be drafted or not.