And they said, Come, let us build us a city and a tower whose top reaches into the sky, and let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be scattered over the whole earth. - Gen 11:4
Where you find yourself tomorrow depends on whether you are goal-driven or otherwise. Anyone who is not in pursuit of a goal may be likened to a ghost who wanders around and whose relevance among the living is questionable. Of course, you don't want to be perceived as a ghost employee who looks forward to what he can get and not what he can give. Ghost employees are not goal driven but choose to be parasitic to corporate healthiness. They contribute nothing but want to share in everything that impacts well on the bottom-line. They are interested in the slice of the action and not in the fair share of the work that boosts the bottom-line.
Before you can rise to stardom, you need to have a target that is challenging enough to spur you into action and make you roll up your sleeves. You need to know that the journey to stardom begins with a goal. Essentially, a life without a goal is like a football field without a goal post. Your ability to net in the goals in spite of oppositions is a product of persistence and commitment to breakthrough limitations to the attainment of your goals.
People who are goal-driven practice good priorities and build the capacity to emerge in the circumference of high-flyers. However, people who aren't goal driven always have half a notion to do what would have set them on the right track. Hence, in your pursuit to reach your goal, you need to start off on the right foot lest you go back and forth to the drawing board to chart out the right course of action and pathway that will connect you to a glorious destination. May the accomplishment of your goals bring you out of obscurity into the spotlight in Jesus name.