Both Immediate 
and Long-Range Goals 

One can have the loftiest long-range goals; but unless one has immediate goals, the long-range ones are likely to remain daydreams while the precious minutes of present time tick by unused. . . . Having set a lofty long-range goal, one needs to calculate back from that goal to the steps it will take to accomplish it, including what needs to be done this very day.

Harvey Jackins 

From page 109 of “The Necessity of 
Long-Range Goals” in The Human Situation

(Present Time 189, October 2017)

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