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Please help me find Dr Dyers quote about goals

Jshelley

29-08-2004 12:51:05

Can someone please tell me the quote (and author) Dr. Dyer uses about goals that basically says;

The danger is not that you aim too high and miss your goal but to aim to low and hit it.

I would very much appreciate it.

Thank you,

Jerry

chris knight

29-08-2004 13:59:44

Can someone please tell me the quote (and author) Dr. Dyer uses about goals that basically says;

The danger is not that you aim too high and miss your goal but to aim to low and hit it.

Jerry
Jerry;

Curious *Why* are you seeking the answer to this question?

?

Jshelley

29-08-2004 14:20:11

A couple of reasons;

1) I am writing a paper on personal goals for school and;
2) When I heard Dr. Dyer say it I took ownership of it so to speak. That is what I want to "subscribe to", if you will.

Thanks,

Jerry

Naga

30-08-2004 06:03:54

Can someone please tell me the quote (and author) Dr. Dyer uses about goals that basically says;

The danger is not that you aim too high and miss your goal but to aim to low and hit it.


Jerry

"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it."
--Michaelangelo

Jshelley

30-08-2004 17:13:01

Hi Naga,

Thank you VERY MUCH!

Can you please tell me where I can find this so I can cite the source?

I really appreciate it.

Jerry

chris knight

30-08-2004 18:14:24

Can you please tell me where I can find this so I can cite the source?
I really appreciate it.
Jerry
Jerry,

I think I found what you are seeking in this excerpt from Wayne Dyer

"In Wisdom of the Ages, I wrote an essay based upon Michelangelo's observation "The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." I want to hear you speak of high hopes, of the power of our spirit, a spirit that knows no favorites and is in each and every one of us."

Source http://www.drwaynedyer.com/articles/art2.cfm