We all have a sense of purpose, but it's not always connected to our job.
That's a mistake people make.
When our job ends, we lose our sense of purpose because we associate our self-worth with it.
To avoid this, it's essential to find something bigger than ourselves. It takes five little rules to follow and find your spark and bring it to life.
Some people see the thing they want, while others see the thing that is preventing them from getting what they want.
If you want something, go after it without preventing others from doing the same.
Take credit when you do things right, but also take responsibility when you do things wrong.
It must be a balanced equation.
You can't do everything alone. It's essential to ask for help when needed and accept it when offered.
Learning to ask for help will also make you realize that many people have always wanted to help you.
Always be the last to speak. Being the listener gives you a chance to hear everyone's opinion and let's people feel heard and valued.
Some things take time. The journey towards job fulfillment, joy, love of life, self-confidence, and any other things that drive and inspire us are arduous and long.
We need to have the will and desire not to give up and keep pushing forward.
We must understand that our purpose is not solely dependent on our job.
We need to find something bigger than ourselves, be patient, and not give up in our pursuit of job fulfillment, love, and joy.
By taking accountability for our actions, taking care of each other, and being patient, we can find fulfillment in our lives.
Leadership is not about being in charge. It's about taking care of those in your charge
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Simon Sinek is a British-American author and inspirational/motivational speaker. He is the author of five books, including Start With Why and The Infinite Game. Simon may be best known for popularizing the concept of WHY in his first Ted Talk in 2009. It has since become one of the most watched talks of all time on TED.com, with 37+ million views
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