They argue that many of the goals we... - Deepstash

  • They argue that many of the goals we pursue are only partially our own.
  • We chase them because we feel we should, but they are somewhat “alien” to our deeper selves.
  • Since these goals mainly just fulfill social expectations, they are harder to motivate ourselves toward consistently.

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