This approach encourages clients to break down their goals into smaller, manageable pieces instead of being overwhelmed. It emphasizes the importance of patience and allowing the goals to happen naturally, rather than *trying* to force them into existence.

I use The Focused Awawareness Technique, then read this:

Imagine you're on a train that has just started its journey with an empty carriage. As the train moves forward, it makes stops at various stations to pick up more passengers. Similarly, when we start setting goals, we may begin with one idea or objective, but as we move forward, we may discover additional goals or objectives that we want to pursue.


Just like a train takes time to stop at each station and pick up passengers, achieving our goals also requires patience and persistence. We may encounter setbacks or obstacles along the way, but if we remain focused and keep moving forward, we will eventually reach our destination.


Additionally, imagine that the train has a designated order for serving meals on board. Similarly, it's essential to prioritize our goals and tackle them in a specific order. Attempting to accomplish too many goals at once, like trying to eat an entire salami all at once, can be overwhelming and ineffective. Instead, it's better to break down our goals into smaller, manageable pieces and tackle them one at a time, like enjoying small slices of salami at a time. This approach allows us to make steady progress towards our goals and enjoy the journey along the way.