A Problem Worth Solving Part 1

A Problem Worth Solving Part One by: Michaelson Willliams, TSX, Author of True Success Naturally, Editor-n-Chief at MMAP Magazine, Creator of the A-Coin Token cryptocurrency project. https://www.mmapmagazine.com

We have a very serious problem here in America, and it must be solved as soon as humanly possible. I say “humanly” because this issue is directly affecting the human populations mental health. So what is that Big Problem? The big problem that I am speaking of is, the lack of goal-achievement. That’s right, people are not achieving their goals no matter how badly they want too. I am going to explain multiple reasons why this is an absolute mess for our society. The lack of goal-achievement amongst Americans is a drain on resources of all kinds. When people cannot achieve their goals the downward spiral of negativity is right around the corner.

The issue with so many people not achieving their goals is a problem worth solving. If no one was interested in attaining goals and was satisfied living the status quo then there would be no need for this conversation. But this is not the case, nor how people think today, as most people are on a mission to do the best they can in life. Humans are hard wired to seek better, and these days we do this in some ways through setting goals for ourselves. You’ve most likely never come across a person who says, “I want to do worse in life”. This is because it’s just not so.

Whether success is in our nature or programmed in our social construct, people always want more. We don’t care what it is, we just want more of it, good or bad it’s not for anyone to judge. People can decide for themselves whether the “more” that they want is fulfilling to their life or not, once they achieve what it is they want to achieve. But right now there is an overwhelming rate of failure in our society. This failure is affecting the people themselves and others around them. It’s not healthy.

The New York Post released an article on the new data about the top 20 goals people want to accomplish in 2020. This data will most likely remain the same in 2021 as well. The pole was performed by homes.com, and about 2000 Americans were asked what they would like to achieve in 2020? People had a variety of different goals they wanted to achieve. Some people had financial, weight loss, home, relationship and charity goals. It was interesting to see that more people wanted to give to others less fortunate than themselves. This idea gives us a little hint that when people are looking to achieve more they also want to give more back as well. What this could be saying at a deeper level is that goal-achievement is psychologically conscious or unconsciously connected to a natural form or idea of charity.

If we follow the data from the research that we’ve done for this project there are over 176 million people in the US alone that need our help with a solution for goal- achievement. These are the people that want better goal-achievement results right now, today. This does not include the population of individuals who aren’t engaged in goal-setting yet. With over 176 million Americans actively wanting to have success at achieving their set-goals, there will be no shortage of new people questioning their goal achievement abilities.


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Respectfully, Michaelson Williams,TSX, Author of True Success Naturally, Editor-n-Chief at MMAP Magazine, Creator of the A-Coin Token project

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  1. Glez

    I believe that Americans are more of obtaining that “AMERICAN DREAM”… Problem solving are better we just gotta think logically and have plan a -z (lol)
    But yeah, kidding aside it is indeed important to set clearer goals so would have motivation and be ready for any problem that may arise other than learning it the hard way.

  2. Jonica Bradley

    It’s so important to set SMART goals. And to be very specific. Having a goal of I want to lose weight or I want to get in shape isn’t specific enough. I want to lose 10 pounds is more specific. Is it attainable? Probably more so than I want to lose 50 pounds. I like the number 5. When I set my goals, in prefer to not feel too intimidated, I say, My goal is to lose 5 pounds by exercising 5 days a week for 5 minutes. And Break it down even further. If I can do 5 sets of 5 reps of 5 exercises, I can add 5 more in 5 days.

    I find this tricks my mind into doing what I know my body can do. And I’m hitting all of my SMART – Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-based.

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