How bad do you want it is a good rhetorical question to ask after each goal you set. The answer to that question, in most cases, will tell you if you are serious or just wasting time.
Too often we make goals for ourselves but don't take into account the hard work and sacrifice that we may need to commit to achieving them.
Of course, all goals do not take hard work to achieve. Maybe your goal is to watch every episode of The Flavor of Love (or even better, to watch none of them). Not too difficult. The funny thing here is that many goals that can have life changing benefits are also not so hard to do. Learning to let go of false beliefs that hold you back are also not to difficult.
It wasn't until I got very sick two years ago that I realized I knew nothing about money or how it worked. When my income stopped coming in for a few months, I had to face some harsh realities. So I committed myself to leaning about money and wealth building. You can do the same with just a little effort.
The point here is that there are times when success needs hard work and their are times when we think we must work hard to achieve when in reality, we don't. The point is to know the difference. At 125th Street Innovations, we give seminars on that and much more. Drop us an email.
But either way, before you even get started on your new goal, ask yourself, how bad do you want it!