How to define your small purposes

Well, now that we know that having purposes is good, let’s talk about how to define them and how to be clear about them. Seem to you? Here, once again, I have to tell you that I move away a little from the typical, from thinking about great transcendental purposes that are so distant that they lose their meaning . Maybe I have them, I’m not saying no, but it’s not what I’m looking for. To give you an example, Víctor Martín tells us in his book Unleash your success (highly, highly recommended) about a super useful tool that is “The wheel of life” . It is ideal for finding your medium and long-term purposes, but if you allow me, use it only if you have a strong commitment to yourself and want the impact to be in all areas of your person.

Little tips to define your mini-purposes

Try to avoid money as your main purpose . I think it goes without saying that money is there, we need it, it almost runs most industry email list of our lives. However, it cannot be our main motivation or purpose because its operation, its definition, condemns us to frustration: there is never enough. So if you wake up in the morning thinking “I’m going to make money today” you are condemning yourself to a boring and frustrating routine. Money is like breathing. Do you follow me? Find medium/long-term purposes . But don’t see it as an unbreakable creed. You will get blocked. Instead of thinking about what you would like to be, instead of idealizing your future, look for the positive side of what you are doing.

Always look for the positive approach

 It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.” You haven’t heard that many times, have you? ( Note: if when reading it you thought about arguments then you have a BSB Directory negative approach. Why haven’t you thought about a conversation between lovers? Eh, cuchi cuchi? ). Well, always look for a positive approach. It is not the same to say “I do this so they don’t fire me” than “I do this because this way I do my job better” or, better yet, “I do this because this way I get X for Y.” Isn’t it true? Change your perspective from running away from consequences (I get fired) to achieving achievements (I achieve X for Y).

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