Your Noble Passion = Your Mission
Succeeding in life and business requires a strong intention to
succeed. "How to" is secondary. Get inspired first. If you really want
something you’ll invent amazing ways to
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life,"
“Do what you love to do and make a difference,” advised
win because they love what they do. Actually, your noble
is your mission. If you find your true passion and devote yourself
to it, you’ll find harmony and
in your life and business. You’ll be achieving
great results continually and effortlessly.
Identify Your Life Mission:
5 Questions To Ask Yourself
Your vision performs both a directional and a
motivational function. The purpose of your vision of a desirable future
inspire, provide direction, and focus you on those things you could do
now to bring that future state about.
stretch goals on your journey to your vision and your true self. Stretch
goals energize and push you to work harder at meeting more difficult targets
and to achieve more than if you had set an easier goal.
“For true success ask yourself these four
questions: Why? Why not? Why not me? Why not now?” advises James Allen, the
author of As a Man Thinketh. Success is about persistent, consistent
Action is the key. If you do not take action you will achieve nothing.
So, set stretch goals and
action and reflection – reflection of where you are now and
action of pushing toward where you need to go.
Never forget that failure is just a step to
your success. As
Technology of Achievement teaches us, “There is no such thing as
failure, only feedback.”
is the breakfast of champions and the foundation of success. It
will help you learn and do better next time. Take notice of feedback in all
its forms. Pay attention to detail.
If what you are doing is working, find out the
ingredients and sequences, then repeat them to get more of it. If what you
are doing isn't working,
be inventive – do something different.