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Nothing gives a person inner wholeness and peace like a distinct understanding of where they are going.
Until you settle on a purpose, your life is in danger of having little meaning. A life without a purpose is a life without a destination.
Finding the right direction in life is something you create. You make the decision to act, to do something, no matter how small.
Once you have defined your aims and what you want, it is easier to deal with doubts. Easier not to get distracted from what is important, keep your focus, and keep moving.
Successful people have a definite sense of direction. They have a clear understanding of what success means to them.
Everything they do is consistent with their goals. They look forward and decide where they want to be. Their day to day actions help them move closer to their vision.
When you feel unclear about a goal, you have difficulty achieving it. And if you don’t know why you should do something, you lack committed to taking action.
With clarity, you can pull together resources, ideas and people for a common cause. Without it, there is wasted effort and even chaos.
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