\"Perfection of effort is not required, by the way. It is the consistency of attempting to work these tools that brings the progress. It\'s like anything else. If I want to tone muscle, lifting a ten_pound weight a few times every day will move me toward my goal much quicker than hoisting a fifty_pound barbell once a week. Yes, it really is true: \"Slow and steady wins the race.\" Just try a little, every day. You\'ll see.\" Holly Mosier
You\'re Afraid of Judgment _ Sometimes people are scared to set a goal for something because they see it as outrageous. For instance, let\'s say that you want to go back to college to get a Master\'s degree, or you want to start your own business. You fear that if you set that goal, and other people know about the goal they\'ll judge you harshly for wanting it or for some other imagined issue. If you are worried about what others think of you, it\'s time to dig deep inside yourself and get over it. The truth is, what you think of yourself is more important than anything else. When you stop judging yourself, you\'ll stop worrying about the judgment of others.