The answer to this question that everyone asks is simply, no, setting goals are not important at all... IF you are happy with what you have. People that hit their goals tend not to set any more as they have achieved what they set out to do. For example, if your goal is to win the 100-metre sprint and you do that. You’ve hit your goals and they become unimportant. Having said that, obviously if you're not happy with what you have right now or with what you’re getting then YES of course setting goals

Everyday I see people hitting their goals and this great, but the reality is that their goals are way too small! Check out the facts: World population: 7.4 Billion World CASH: 60 Trillion Almost 15 million millionaires Just over 1,800 Billionaires 0.17% Millionaires 0.01% Billionaires 99.83% of people are programmed to ask for no more than minimum wage and a 9-5 job. They don't expect anymore, that's the standard that's been drilled into them! EVERYTHING IS AN ILLUSION AND 99% OF WHAT YOU THINK AND DESIRE HAS BEEN PROGRAMMED INTO YOU COMPANIES

One of the most misinterpreted words that people throw around in 2016 is ‘stability’. Let me take you back to before the industrial revolution started, where your last name would determine where you worked and what you did. For example, Mr. Baker was obviously a Baker and Mr. Smith was a Black Smith, every single person used to function as self employed as there was no such thing as employment. Therefore everyone’s stability depended on themselves and as long as they opened up shop everyday they would earn enough money to support their family and