Dreams and goals are

Dreams and goals are important because they give us a metric against which to measure progress.

Progress, not meeting a goal, is what brings true happiness. 

A survey of 238 employees at seven companies found that satisfaction was brought about not by big, audacious wins, but rather by forwarding momentum in meaningful work. 

Humans are wired, it seems, for improvement. 

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