‘One must focus on goals, and not think about results’, this line is written, spoken and narrated in different ways on various occasions——and, one hears it oftentimes around in close circles particularly on two occasions: First- while preparing for some exam, competition, and-or aiming or targeting to achieve something in life; and the Second Occasion is when someone fails in some areas. Let’s see from a practical perspective, ‘WHY TO NEVER EXPECT RESULTS’, and this is particularly for those who believe and understand that, ‘A life without any goal is called no life’.
NEVER EXPECT RESULTS
First and foremost, while thinking about -or- deciding on the goal- one must have a clear demarcation of the ‘process’ and the ‘results’——when one says, “I will, or I am initiating the process of becoming a millionaire in my life,”, instead of saying, “I want to become a millionaire”, the entire thought process changes — the entire focus goes on to the process. See, it is the journey which is more exciting and full of vivid experiences than that of the thrill and experience on reaching at the destination. In any autobiography of a successful person, the achievements are written as adjectives and merely form the words in the title – it is the journey and experiences of becoming successful which is narratively written, and interestingly read and referred to. If the focus is on results then, many times it means – the path and people in achieving those results are hastily – wrongly chosen and this spoils the entire plot of writing and narrating the grace of a successful story.
“The quality of any concept making is purely dependent on material, process, and people’s attitude (here in people’s attitude- their perceived psychology, principles and policies of that making are covered). Fundamentally a stronger process delivers higher quality -then may it be the perception of a product or achieving goals in life.” -UTTAMADITYA.