When I was approached by Bradford University to write an article, I was touched. It is some twenty plus years since I was a student there in Interdisciplinary Human Studies—I think we got marks just for being able to spell interdisciplinary!
As it was new year at the time, I was asked if I could contribute something on goal-setting. My response was “Err, yes, but you might want to see some of my writing first!”
If you know me or have followed my work, you may also know that I don’t do goal-setting in the traditional way, especially since the pursuit of goals directly contributed to my burnout a few years ago.
I truly believe that goal-setting can have the complete opposite effect to that intended—it can hold you apart from happiness rather than bringing it to you.
And I also believe there is an alternative that is more effective and feels good to do!
You can read the full article here
If you want to know more about my life philosophy, and how living in the moment could be a better way of finding happiness, then you might enjoy reading my book, From Pursuit to Presence.