I’ve never had a goal
Jason Fried

I do things, I try things, I build things, I want to make progress, I want to make things better for me, my company, my family, my neighborhood, etc. But I’ve never set a goal. It’s just not how I approach things.

I can totally relate. I live in my moment, in my craft, in my projects, in my life, family, and faith. You’re brilliant and your accomplishments make this “way of thinking” more encouraging than most technology gurus who insist Smart Goals are the only way to succeed in Business. You really don’t always know where you will land, but if you try hard you will at least land somewhere. I only pray that the path of true creatives lead them to similar success stories that prove living in the Now, beats Planning for a future we have very control over.

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