Wednesday, September 10, 2008


A good friend of mine just went out on his own to sharpen full time. He came to me to train on clipper blade sharpening and discuss some of his goals for his business. In the course of our discussion, I realized he was setting his goals low so he wouldn't be disappointed with his results. I told him he was aiming too low. After all, if you aim high and miss your mark, you're still hitting pretty high right?

Never be afraid to set your goals higher than you think you may be able to reach. Having lofty goals will help you stay focused and drive you to accomplish more. Do you have written goals? Are they detailed? If not, click here and read over this post at Orangebloom. It will help you understand the difference between a goal and a good idea.

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