set your sights high/low

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set your sights ˈhigh/ˈlow

be ambitious/not ambitious; expect a lot/little from your life: If you set your sights high, you could do anything.
See also: high, low, set, sight
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You always set your sights high and we still want to finish as high as we can," said Macauley, whose side are third bottom of the division.
You've got to set your sights high, maybe not unrealistic but high, and then it's about working through the process to get there.
Perhaps 10th or 11th might be more realistic but you've got to set your sights high," declared King, who enjoyed success with Consett and Morpeth Town before moving to Filtrona Park earlier in the season.
You have to set your sights high because there isn't much point otherwise.
She obviously likes the course and is playing well but you've got to set your sights high.
You have to set your sights high if you are going to achieve anything worthwhile.
If you don't set your sights high, you'll probably breeze through this in five hours or so.
He joined training on an all-weather pitch and said: 'This shows what you can achieve if you are prepared to think big and set your sights high.
He said "You've got to set your sights high if you want to play at the top level and a few of the boys at the club have already said to me that I could be in with a shout.
If you remain focused, don't give up and set your sights high, Phillips promises you can remarkably transform your physique faster than you might have thought possible.
We know this is tough, but set your sights high and the end result will be worth it.
You've got to set your sights high and I hope to go one better than last year and finish in the top four and get some silverware as well.
You have got to set your sights high and hopefully my time will come.