What a different story people would have to tell if they would adopt a definite purpose and stand by that purpose until it had time to become an all-consuming purpose. (emphasis mine)
Laws of Success
I read a fantastic paper today by Bob Proctor on Vision, Purpose, and Goals. and I’m not sure that I am allowed to redistribute the download so I’m going to tell you about it. Bob Proctor is a motivational / success coach and I think he is great. I have posted several times on this topic because it core to your success. Here is Bob explaining it:
If you fail to determine your definite purpose, everything else is wrong. It’s like working with a broken compass – you may think your going North, but you’re not. You’re not sure which direction you’re heading, so, you’re just wandering aimlessly.
Without your purpose identified firmly in your mind, you will wander through life, never quite feeling that you’re “in the flow”. I say, then, that it’s imperative you recognize what it is you’re good at – what it is you really love to do. Your purpose in this lifetime is to do the thing that you love.
Here is the rest of my summary in PDF format:
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