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Goal setting: the good and bad

Goal setting: the good and bad

Setting goals can change your life for the better. For example, goals can help you get in shape, improve your finances, or launch a business. But goal-setting can also make you feel miserable. Potential problems are disillusionment and burnout.

The difference between success and burnout lies in how your goals are designed.

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