Make sure that the goal you're focusing on is your own -- and not just someone else's. You have to "own" the goal even if it's not your own. If you can't wholeheartedly "buy in" to a goal... wholeheartedly back it with heart and soul... back off!
Today's TQ Challenge: It's hard to be 100% committed when your heart ain't in it. (And without full commitment, you're just wasting precious time... chasing after things that simply don't matter.)
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