My “anti-resolution” approach to goal-setting: Set fewer goals, more often

I don't like "resolutions". I think goals should be a regular part of our lives, and that we should approach goal setting as a daily practice. Here's how I do it.

Stop overthinking, start doing. There’s value in climbing the wrong mountains

We often tell ourselves to spend as much of our time doing things that push us towards our goals, and as little time as possible on things that don’t. The irony, however, is that by being so cautious to not climb the wrong mountain, we hesitate to climb any mountains at all.