About a year into playing wow and learning how to make gold I ran into a wall. No matter what I sold I couldn't seem to get past the 90k mark. It was frustrating because my goal of 100k was well in my grasp.
After trying every thing I could, making adjustments for every sale to make sure that I was getting the maximum profit I stepped back to take a long term look.
Figuring out just how much I was selling and how much I was using for repairs, inventory and other minor costs I found a leak in my own personal system. Where I was at 90k in gold, I was well over 100k in actual goods.
With this knowledge I was able to relax a little bit and continue make gold making processes without the pressure of the goal I had set. Ultimately I made 100k in gold and did my own personal celebration (naked run through Shattrath. The key is that I didn't let my personal Gold wall break me. Instead of climbing and falling continually I went around the wall. Relieving the pressure I had put on myself to obtain my goal at that point.
Are you stuck behind your own wall of goals. Do you set your own goals or are you letting your goals cause you frustration and despair? Goals are there to accomplish, but not to deflate your enjoyment of Warcraft as a game. If you are faithful and diligent (quarter word) to how you make gold, ultimately those goals will become nothing but a speed bump instead of a mountain.
Good Luck and Good Hunting
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