Reply To: Reaching Your Goals in Life English Question

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Although carpe diem is encouraged by many experts in the field of psychology, I don’t see any long-term advantage if it’s practiced excessively. Carpe diem means “seize the day” and it basically means live in the present moment. It’s a good practice for those who are stuck with the future and tend to be too alert.
This is a sign of optimism when you try to learn from your mistakes and regard them as opportunities for self-development.
If our main goals are not achieved, we might lose a great deal of motivation. Therefore, we should manage to accomplish our goals and objectives in life, and at the same time, strive to enjoy the process as well.
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