Keeping Our Eyes on the Ball: When (And Where) Expectations Meet Goals

December 19, 2014 9:35 PM

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The goal in baseball is clear: to score a home run. In real life, keeping our goal in sight and mind may be more complex than tracking a baseball in the air. We can get distracted, waylaid and discouraged before we're able to swing a bat, hit the ball and score the run.

Mr. W. for example, felt isolated after the death of his wife. For years, he had dreamed about writing his life story. Expecting to meet people to encourage him, he joined a writing group. In the beginning, he found the group to be supportive. But when one member suggested he change the focus of his...

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