What really traps you is not the goal itself, but your imagination of fear.
The brain likes to amplify fear, don't be fooled by your brain.
Imagine a person running 10,000 meters on a dark, empty island. He didn't know how many steps he ran, or how long he had to run. Every time you run 50 meters, 100 meters, or 1000 meters, no one tells him where you have run and how many meters are left.
There is no progress bar, no feedback, no communication, no company, he just keeps running, running, running, running towards a goal that will never be achieved in this dark and eternal night... What kind of feeling is this? ?
Imagine a person again. He is running 10,000 meters on a sunny track. There are scales on the track. There are referees by his side, family members, and good friends to accompany him. Every time he runs 50 meters, the referee will tell him: "You have run 50 meters, you are a little closer to the target", every time he runs 100 meters, his family and friends said to him: "You I've run 100 meters, it's not bad, we have seen your efforts, come on!" He knew it in his heart, and his pace became firmer. Keep running, keep running, run another 200 meters, and run another 300 meters... just like that, every time you run a certain distance, you get a feedback; every time you run a certain distance, you get a feedback... What kind of feeling is this?
In fact, the two people did the same thing, they both ran 10,000 meters, but their psychological feelings were completely different. The so-called "stress" actually comes from this way. When you go on the road with an extremely ambitious goal, and work hard for a long, long time, and never get a single positive feedback, the pressure will be like a dark cloud, covering your mind bit by bit and crushing your will.
What really traps you is not the goal itself, but your imagination of fear. The brain likes to amplify fear, don't be fooled by your brain. Therefore, if you want to decompress yourself, the most fundamental thing is to grasp two points:
1. Split——Split the big goal into small goals.
2. Feedback-Establish a positive feedback mechanism for yourself, and get a positive feedback every time you take a step, so as to attract yourself to persevere.