If I asked you what do you wanted from your life what would be your answer
Do you know what you want with clarity?
Clarity of purpose is Gold in the midst of a confused world.
Clarity which is knowing what one’s wants and taking steps towards it with full belief in oneself is rare.
One of the biggest challenges we all face is getting clarity on what we really want.
So, do you know what you want from your life? Write it all down and if you don’t know it, the questions below might help you.
Remember Life lived without purpose is a wasted life.
Life lived without an understanding of one’s desires is an ignorant life.
Life without action towards what one wants – should never be lived.
If you work for only money – you become money.
If you work for a cause your life takes on a higher and greater meaning.
Answer these clarity questions –
- If you could be anything in life what would you choose
- If you had all the money in the world was would you do
- If you never had to worry about anybody’s expectation of you where would you be
- If death were to come to tomorrow what things would you have done to make life worth it
- What legacy do I want to leave behind?
- What so you want people saying about you after your death
- What problems do I want to solve?
- What do you want from my life
Now ask yourself WHY – why do you want what you want
Is it to please an individual other than yourself
It is just for selfish reasons or for a greater cause
Your Why is much more important than your WHAT
So, ask WHY
Now that you know WHY
Now takes some step towards that desire
If You can’t soar, Fly
If you can’t fly, run
If you can ‘t run, walk
If you can’t walk, crawl
But by all means, keep moving (towards your dreams and goals) – Martin Luther King Jnr.
Lastly Belief in yourself
If you think you are beaten – you are
If you think you dare not – you don’t
If you want to win but think you can’t – it almost certain you won’t
If you think you ‘ll lose – you have lost
For out of the world we find that success begins with a fellow will
It is all a state of mind
Life’s battles don’t always go to the stronger or faster man
But sooner or later the man who wins
is the one who thinks he can
See you on top
What has been the most difficult aspect of this exercise to self-discovery let me know?