Have a Goal.

Hoping against hope is not good enough.


I’m not trying to be all Tony Robbins-sy, but he has a point. Setting a specific Goal will better enable you to achieve it.

Having a vague idea of success is not that helpful. Routinely, I ask my clients “What is your goal?” They are stunned. It is met with silence. Then a “well, I guess…” We don’t guess, or at least we try to not to.

Have a Goal. Make it specific. Identify what you can do to try to achieve that goal. Work the plan. Set a deadline.

Matthew Thompson is a Family Law attorney in Mississippi and encourages you to reach for your Goals!



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