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I especially like his analogy of a machine: If you force the machine to produce over its capacity, there is a high chance the machine will break down and fail to achieve the desired output.
Having goals and targets that exceed our capacity is like having no goal at all.
Instead, Hsing Yun says, a goal is set by considering its feasibility, the necessary conditions, what steps need to be taken in what order, and our capacity to achieve it.
In addition, he refers to the famous story of The Tortoise and the Hare.
This year, I have set a goal of having a post going viral. So I will work away at that over my blogs and, like the tortoise, I will keep on crawling/posting every day to give my goal a chance at success.
In the end, I will reach that goal (it might take some time).