5 Little Changes That'll Make a Big Difference With Your What Is Your Why In Your Life


what is the meaning of "why" in your life? Here is the term "why" I'm referring to doing the activities you enjoy that make you feel comfortable and successful in your life. Do you know what your life's why is? Have you ever considered this confusion? Don't worry, it was puzzling for me as well; it took me 27 years to figure out my why in life? But why is it so significant in our lives? How do we go about finding it, and what is the point of doing so?


First know your why then follow other steps





Knowing you're why might be challenging at times since we are influenced by the actions of others. Sometimes we want to follow in the footsteps of others, maybe even strive to act like them, but do you think that is your motivation? Simone Sinek writes in his book START WITH WHY, which I highly recommend, "start with why." If you have a dream, ask yourself, "Why am I doing this?" Then you must ask yourself, "How can I accomplish this?" Finally, you must ask yourself, "What will I gain by doing this?" These three points should be clear. Why, How, and What? If you have a clear view of these three things, then you have found you're why in your life. After doing some research & reading the book I found this common paten in finding you're why


THESE ARE THE WAYS TO FIND YOUR LIFE PURPOSE.


1. Read books: Reading can help you understand your purpose, and the book I would recommend for this issue is, as I already stated, START WITH WHY and FIND YOUR WHY. Another book I'd like to recommend for this topic is My Favorite Atomic Habit by James Clear.

what is the meaning of "why" in your life? Here is the term "why" I'm referring to doing the activities you enjoy that make you feel comfortable and successful in your life. Do you know what your life's why is? Have you ever considered this confusion? Don't worry, it was puzzling for me as well; it took me 27 years to figure out my why in life? But why is it so significant in our lives? How do we go about finding it, and what is the point of doing so?



2. Make a list of your ideas: Writing it down is another good way to figure out why you're doing something. Never underestimate the importance of writing down your thoughts. You can make notes of your dreams, thoughts, goals, ideas, or anything else that comes to mind.




3. Self-question: Then, ask some self-discovery questions to yourself. Here are a few to get you started: Is this really what I want to achieve? What else does success mean to me? What happens to my passions? Will I continue to do this if I did it every day for the next ten years? What would I do if money were not an issue? What do I want to be doing in ten years? Asking yourself questions can help you figure out why. After all, the word "why" is a question in and of itself



4. Ask your loved ones: Requesting information with your close and dear ones might help you locate something in your life. Think about it if they tell you you're good at something. For me, one person was extremely helpful in understanding why. I won't say who they were, but they were really helpful. Thank you for informing me.




5. Take action on your ideas: The next step is to put them into action. Take massive action and make significant progress. The quickest method is to just try it. The same may be said for your why. How can you tell whether something is truly what you want, or if you have a strong desire and passion for your goal? So go ahead and do it. You become a part of the process when you make progress and take action. And this is the simplest way to find out if you'll love doing it.

Conclusion: For me, it simply means having a strong desire to pursue something that inspires me on a regular basis. I don't want to do things in life that make me feel bored. Doing business is my passion, writing a blog is my pastime, and attempting and learning new things is also a passion of mine. Simply follow your heart.



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Quotes of the week: “People take different roads seeking fulfilment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost.” ―Dalai Lama


 

Book which I loved to read this week: How to talk to anyone by LEIL LOWNDES


 

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