I am a huge TED fan - I enjoy just about every speaker that hits the stage - even the ones I wholeheartedly disagree with. Here is one for your viewing pleasure that you should ignore the advice in: Not telling people your goals. Don't ever do this. Shout your goals on the rooftop to the world and beyond. Write them on your bathroom mirror. Tell someone to check on you all the time to see where you are. Publish them on your blog. Keep people updated about them. I still believe that sharing what you want to do with other climbers like you helps keep everybody accountable.
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Hi Patrick, I couldn’t resist commenting on this gem of yours, so hope you don’t mind.
I think Derek does have signs of gems in his TED speech and I have to admit that you have your gems too. (Okay I’ll stop using the word gems already)
I guess it may be seen as a little too early to declare your goals publicly, excessively because it may give us that much dreaded overconfidence, which I guess is true that it may cause some of us to slack a bit. Okay maybe a lot.
In your case with your points of declaring goal settings to remind your own self of them, well I’m pretty sure that there’s no harm in that. ; )
I agree with Patrick, and i think that if you tell your goals to a lot of people, the chances are bigger that you are going to make it! 🙂
Because you dont want to embarrass your self 🙂
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