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There are only three basic types of people There are those people who do not know what they want out of life and are doomed to make do with whatever life doles out to them Then there are those people who know what they want out of life but are unwilling to take the necessary steps to achieve their goals Then there are those people who know what they want out of life and are willing to go to any lengths to get it Most people begin their lives not knowing what they need to achieve in order to be happy Many people never decide what goals they need to achieve to live a fulfilling life Those individuals who do not know what they want from life are easy to spot They live in the poorest of neighborhoods and work the most undesirable jobs These people are adrift in the river of life without a paddle They have no dreams or hopes for the future they are destined to take whatever life hands them Poverty failed personal relationships and a sense of impending doom are the defining characteristics of this type of person If theses people could decide where they want to go in life they could begin to have hope for the future I order to achieve any goal you must first know what the goal is Without a clear conception of where you want to go you will never get there The second type of person is the individual who knows what they want but does not know how to get it You may know them as daydreamers or hopeless romantics They enjoy telling others of their dreams of personal achievement These people often have a clear mental picture of what their success would look like Knowing what you need from life is not enough you must also have a plan for achieving your goals This is where the daydreamers fall
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