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Not Getting There Yet Doesn’t Mean Your Destination Is Wrong. And So Does Your Goal.

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Not Getting There Yet Doesn’t Mean Your Destination Is Wrong. And So Does Your Goal.

Have you ever questioned the destination when you picked the wrong route or turned into the opposite direction? NO. You will relocate yourself and find the right path that can reach your desired destination.

So why would you change your goals instead of your plan when things didn’t work out? Keep it in mind that when things didn’t work out as expected, it simply means there’s a better way to do it and all you need to do is to figure it out.

Never give up on the things you want or the place you want to go. Change your plan, not your goal.

Not Getting There Yet Doesn’t Mean Your Destination Is Wrong. And So Does Your Goal.

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