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We all want to leave our mark on the world.

We want to make a difference, we want to be remembered, and we want to leave an impact.

How do you define your big goal?

When I was six years old, I had a big goal. Then life happened to me and I became “realistic”. It took me 20 years to recover from “realistic” thinking. I don’t want a “realistic” life, I want unprecedented results!

You have to be unrealistic. You have to think big.

But how big? How do you find your big goal? How do you know if it’s big enough? Do you need to know how much money it will take to get there? Does it matter? Should your goal be about yourself first and then others?

Cory wants to know all of these things, and that’s exactly what we talk about in this episode.

One of the big take aways is: can you put your goal on a poster on the wall?

Sounds like a weird question, but it can actually give you some clarity. If you can’t picture your goal on a poster, chances are it’s too vague.

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