The Risk In Tangling Your Aspirations With Someone Else Aspirations
Where do you see yourself in a few years? what type of work do you want to have? What achievements do you want to reach? Whether your dreams are humble or ambitious, having them, may be the key for converting complex decisions that you need to take in your life to a fairly simple ones - follow your aspirations.
Different people have different visions and goals. That’s why groups are strong - they share enough goals that the people in the group benefits from it. The problem arise when the people in the group have different goals that are not aligned with yours and you all tangle your goals. If someone else goal is planned to accomplish in six months, and it can advance you. It might be worth waiting, but what if it doesn’t happen eventually and the other one further getting delayed, will you continue waiting? will you get involved in other visions to make yours happen?
Don’t wait if you feel that other visions are slowing you down. Decouple those tangled visions. Once you do it, it will be easier for you to find the path for your own vision and you will still be able to advance other visions and maybe rebuild good and stronger binding between them.