Stop setting goals you don't actually care about
from Harvard Business Review
Many people fail on their professional development goals for the year because they take on a lot of goals – goals that they feel they "should" do but ultimately don't energize them. For example, maybe they tell themselves that they need to read a pile of books in order to learn more, keep up with their colleagues, or just stay up-to-date with their industry. But if sitting down to read feels more like a chore, it’s unlikely they’ll make any progress – and they may feel badly for not achieving their goal when the year comes to a close. If you want to succeed with your professional growth goals, choose one or two key areas of focus that align with what really matters to you.
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