You must pick outcomes that are attainable and measure progress.
Otherwise you’ll fall in love with the act of focusing on your improvement instead of actually improving.
A good example of this is monks who believe they will be able to levitate if they meditate enough.
Even though they are making no progress towards this goal they continue to believe it.
Don’t be a monk trying to levitate.
If you’re not making progress stop and take serious stock of your situation.
Change your approach.
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