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steveB

My regular full time job is as a middle school teacher and I can agree that breaking down large projects, even for kids, works better than setting large goals. '

You'll end up at the same place with much less stress and better end results.

Hahn

Awe I love it!! finally a little blurb on a blog that deals with my love of biology and science and my new passion for business mechanics and psychology. I think that it is so true that too often the goals that are set are way to large to comprehend and begin to attack, in other words the task is too daunting and therefor people don't know where to start, how to start and they doubt themselves from the get go because the task is perceived as being too big. However if you compartmentalize or divide ans separate parts of the larger task into littler pieces the small task doesn't carry with it aura and doesn't invoke the same perception of impossibility.

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