10 Recommendations From Personal Growth Trainers That Psychologists Called Dangerous

8. Set high goals.

“Set high and worthy goals so as not to be losers,” coaches say to us. And we, in turn, don’t want to be losers, so we set high goals such as having a 6-pack like an Olympic champion, the latest cell phone, or an apartment in the center of a capital city.

Set achievable goals. Ask yourself, “Do I really need it?” Will this luxurious apartment in another country make me happy? Or would it be better to stay in a small house near my relatives? All that happens because we often try to achieve goals to look successful and be liked by others, and it’s nothing to do with your personality.

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