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Finding Your Purpose Gives You a Leg up on the Competition

Finding Your Purpose Gives You a Leg up on the Competition

December 8, 2016 4:50 pm | Improving Skills | 0 comments

Having a central purpose for your life is a powerful motivating force.

Most people do NOT have such a guiding force. They are existing paycheck to paycheck and haven’t thought of what drives them. Survival is a purpose certainly, but pushing solely for that has its limits. 

Having a purpose is so strong that corporations even craft “mission statements.” That way, their workers at all levels have a fundamental guiding principle to form their actions. Individuals also find satisfaction when they write out such a statement for their life. 

Finding Your Purpose Gives You a Leg up on the Competition

Finding Your Purpose Gives You a Leg up on the Competition

You don’t have to post a formal declaration of your purpose. It may help to think about the subject for a moment or two, though. What is it that drives you? What cause do you hold most dear to your heart? If you’re able to align your actions with your long-term goals, smooth sailing is assured. 

Define a Purpose to Guide Your Daily Activities

People speak about passion, which naturally arises from focus. Any subject you stay involved with can turn into a passion. Don’t get lost in flowery language. You may not wake up out of bed every morning excited. You can have off days like anyone else. However, you should never feel like you’re simply going through the motions. Believing in yourself, and the future should propel you to keep working.

Focus and determination keep you on your path. When you allow distractions to control your day, you simply aren’t as productive. If you ever have to modify your purpose, do so. You don’t want to put yourself in a position where you’re not flexible enough. Hopefully, your mission is sufficiently inclusive to continue to guide you for the long term.

Renaissance philosopher Michel De Montaigne crafted this quote in the sixteenth century. It’s as applicable today as it was then.

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