“Today we continue with Michelle Prince on her advice to “Finding Passion in Your Life”. My one piece of advice is to make sure you know when to change your goals and learn from your experiences!” Bryan Dodge
A lot of people don’t have purpose, direction or even motivation to move toward what they want, because they haven’t defined what “that” is. They don’t have goals.
How many times have you heard someone say, “I don’t know,” when asked, “What do you want to do in life?” or, “Where do you see yourself five years from now?”
Ask that same question to preschoolers and they’ll rattle off a whole list of things they want to be or do when they grow up. They know exactly what they want. No one has shattered their dreams or stomped on their hopes.
“Wise adults” will shake their heads and smile knowingly. “Wait until you grow up and meet the real world,” they’re thinking. It’s sad but true that many adults give up on their dreams because they let them get crushed by the realities of bills, mortgages, raising a family, and all the other pressures of being an adult.
If you reach into your deepest memory pockets, I bet you’ll still find those same dreams tucked away, just waiting for you to pull them out and dust them off.
It all starts with deciding:
⇒ what you want
⇒ where you want to go
⇒ what you want to have, and
⇒ how you want to live.
In other words, it starts with deciding to live on purpose. Stay tuned for tomorrow is the next step in “Finding Passion in Your Life” guest series.
“Winning in Life Now”
“Write down your goals, laminate them and hold them near and dear to your heart. Carry them with you as a reminder. I give you 48 hours to get this done.” Bryan Dodge