When my parents were concerned about my lifting (coming from australia, the worlds capital of douchebag bodybuilders and stupid strength training myths), I remember telling them I would stop when I can bench 80 kg, which seemed like a magic number when I weighed 50. I also remember telling myself that I would stop working on strength gains when I can bench 100 kg. When I eventually reached that seemingly insignificant goal, I had always pictured some celebration, but instead I didnt even notice. I just added more plates and tried to go further. Once I was finished for the night I remembered that I had once said I would stop trying to get stronger eventually. I smiled to myself and set some higher goals, finally accepting that I will never stop lifting, and will never think to myself "Okay, im strong enough now...". So I was wondering, did any of you have some easily achieved goal you were aiming for? Any great inspirational events, or sudden enlightenment that sealed your fate and made you accept that you will never stop, you will never be content with your strength?