3 Reasons Why I Do Not Disclose My Goals

1. THEY WILL DISCOURAGE YOU

Oh no!! Don’t let them know how ambitious you are, it might scare them,  just because they don’t have the kind of goals you have. Most people love mediocrity because it makes them feel comfortable, but when they see someone who aspires to do more they are intimidated by that. So, when you tell them your goals they will give you plenty of reasons why you can’t do it, how it’s too hard or impossible. They’ll tell you, “I’m just a realist. You need to set realistic goals.” What does that even mean? Realistic goals to them is basically mediocre goals.

2. THEY WILL TELL EVERYONE IN ORDER TO MOCK YOU

Because they fear that one day you may actually accomplish these goals, and their hearts would burn with jealousy and hatred. They aren’t willing to put in the work to be great, but they hate on the person who is. So if you tell one untrustworthy person your goals they will spread it around town in order to round up a crowd to mock you because they don’t believe in you. Most people don’t believe in you. But that’s OK. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible. No need to hear the negativity when you’ve got alot of work to do, and the last thing you need is doubtful affirmations.

3. PLANS MAY CHANGE

You may be lead to a different path along the way which is much more prosperous. You don’t wanna just say what you want to do without anything to show for it. It’s best to mention it when it has been done. Because plans may change along the way, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, you may find something better to expand on, as long as you accomplish it!

Published by Yasira Akamai

Writer. Poet. Artist. Lyricist. Born in December 16, 1995. I'm Mexican-American of Native American and Spanish descent. Southwestern US born -> Grew up in the Chicagoland area including Northwest Indiana (mostly East Chicago) -> moved to a warmer place. I've been writing since like around the late 2000s. Depression and anxiety was swallowing me and I had difficulty trusting others, so I decided to confide in writing. It started off as Spanish songwriting, then it evolved into English poetry, prose, and short stories the more I improved my English grammar and vocabulary. I once had to take ESL classes, until it was determined that I didn't need to anymore around middle school. I became so dedicated to writing that I just did it everyday, and it served as my daily therapy as I was battling with negative thoughts. It put my mind in a state of meditation where it opened me up to many ideas and inspiration that I lived to create. I began to notice that I could write and speak things into existence with my words and actions. I had to find myself, and search for the power of the mind. Blog posts written by the author (Yasira Akamai) are intellectual property that belongs to the original author.  ©2021 Yasira Akamai, Power_of_the_Mind_Blog

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