What if your biggest goal is not your most important goal?
It's natural to think that your priorities are always determined by size: which goal will produce the largest revenue, save the most money, or give you the biggest impact. And, yes that's important. But should it determine what goal you work on today?
I guess that it depends on whether you ask yourself or your boss, but I like to ask myself "which goal brings you the most joy right now?"
What if the purpose of achieving your goals is to make you happy? What if while you are working om your goals you felt great joy?
If the joy is missing, maybe the goal isn't so big after all...
-- doug smith