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  1. Blue Straggler
    mars 18, 2016 @ 11:37 f m

    Very good discussion points and there is no definite “best approach”. Some people (not me!) might enjoy pushing their happiness forward and get a different kind of satisfaction from tracking their progress toward that happiness

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  2. staffan.skogagard@gmail.com
    mars 18, 2016 @ 12:03 e m

    Really interesting thoughts. We feed our children the importance with goals all the time, but if… I find it far more enjoyable to live in the present, to do my very best in each moment. To be continued. Thanks Annelie!

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  3. Tomas
    mars 18, 2016 @ 1:27 e m

    Perhaps you should try to explore what, in your mind, distinguishes 101.99 meters from 102 meters. I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to perceive any difference so I’m thinking that maybe the depth itself isn’t what you are trying to experience?

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  4. Mikaela Söhnchen
    mars 18, 2016 @ 4:54 e m

    Great post! Setting goals based on experience, rather then reaching a result, sounds like a way for long-lasting happiness rather then happiness just when the result is achieved. 🙂

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