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    NF's what helps you achieve your ridiculously ambitious ideals?
    Being unaware that there is any difficulty. And the delusional belief that I know what I'm doing.
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    Well, I see the goal and then I make realistic steps to achieving that goal.

    Lets make a simple example of having the goal to exercise 30 min a day. If I don't exercise at all, then exercising 30 min a day is very unrealistic. What would be more realistic is for me to do 10 min every other day. When doing 10 min of exercise every other day has becomes second nature, then I make another step towards that goal. I would do 15 min of exercise 5 days of the week. Then I would take the next step and do 20 min a day. I think you get the point now.

    Making smaller realistic steps that works towards the ultimate goal is a great way for me to accheave my idealistic goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hexis View Post
    Taking over the world of course! Every time my plans are foiled cold pizza seems to be the only thing that helps...
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    I don't think I even have ridiculously ambitious ideals. I think they're perfectly normal, achievable for everybody.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    focusing on the big picture and how it will ultimately feel better than the situation i'm in the here and now
    +1 Focusing on the future, a steady progress towards that "something", maybe even tunnel vision. Hard work. The whole shebang.

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    I like the title of this thread.

    I agree that it depends what you mean. I always have about 1 million ideas running through my head at the same time.

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