Why to use micro-objectives? Because it helps achieving your big objectives 🙂
I am shocked to see how many people are drifting through life, with no prospect of any sort. How many people just survive from one paycheck to another. They don’t have any objectives, but they have dreams. They are frustrated and jealous on other people success, but they are not doing nothing to get more from life.
Regular people don’t have objectives. They have hopes. And this is pure stupidity, because using objectives will clearly help them to obtain more and ultimately achieve the dreams..
Having no objective is perfectly ok if you are happy with yourself. But if you are frustrated because you want more, than you should do something about it.
Also, the micro-objectives are much easier to achieve than the objectives (obviously!). More than that, splitting a big objective in micro-objectives and achieving them one by one is a sure way to achieve that big objective.
But people don’t see that. Our education is to blame. Or our own stupidity 🙂 Anyway, is good to know that they are solutions out-there.
I am keep doing this test, on 23sec.com, where using your own twitter account you can set micro-objectives and solve them. The system from 23sec reminds you to fulfill the set micro-objective. It’s only a matter of will to achieve them or no
Anyway, for the moment, it seems that I am the most ambitious man in the world 😛 Let’s see if this test will help me improve my efficiency. Because it takes only 23 seconds per day to set a new micro-objective, rather easy 🙂