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Step 1: Reflect on these questions below:
Step 2: Take action. What actions can you take to align yourself with or create positive missions that forward initiatives in the areas that matter to you? Write them down. Then get in action.
"The Soul’s Experience on Earth Is Not Meant for Hard Work and Toil. It’s Meant for Freedom, Ease, and Expansion."
"Your work is not about your work. Rather your work is the greatest vehicle for your personal growth. "
"Sometimes you have to destroy a part of your life that is merely good, to allow what is truly great to enter."
"You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete"
"A goal is not meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at."
"Remember this when you wake up every day: Your life is not about you. Rather, it's about the lives of every single person you touch. "
"Remember: Don't describe what you do today. Describe what you're going to do in ten years. Be humble and admit that there's a chance of failure. But talk boldly of what you aim to do."
"Grow so fast that your friends who haven't seen you in a month have to get to know you all over again."
"Suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning."
"The true reality is that success and failure are illusions. The only thing that matters is how fast you're evolving. Your journey is about removing all the barriers that hold you back from self-actualization."
"Little ideas that tickled, and nagged, and refused to go away should never be ignored, for in them lie the seeds of destiny"
"Positive optimism is not the rejection of sadness, but the thought, even during sadness, that the future will be okay."
"The bigger your vision, the easier it gets. When you live this way, you may find that the vision is not coming from you. Instead, the Universe is choosing to go through you to realize what the world needs."
"Companies should not just ask people to be engaged in the company vision. Companies should be engaged in an employee's vision for their own life."
"The question is not: Are you worthy to reach your goals? The question is: Are your goals worthy enough of you?"
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