It's a fundamental truth that you can use to build the foundation of your life. A principle is not an opinion or a belief. A principle is a matter of cause and effect.
Principles can become personal guidelines. And the point of having principles is that it shifts you from short-term survival to long-term thriving.
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If you feel lost, or as though you don’t know where you want your life to go next, you don’t need more inspiration.
You need principles. Without them, your life is not going to get better just because you envision and then try to create a new one. Those problems are only going to follow you, and get bigger as your life does.
Inspiration can be misleading. Big dreams not backed by strategized plans are big flops waiting to happen.
Inspiration means you take a feeling and elaborate on it. You allow your mind to wander, you piece together pretty pictures and create an image of how you’d like your life to feel.
Begin with this:
For example: You value financial freedom, and so by principle, you are going to put your extra cash toward repaying debt or building savings or investments.
When you are clear on what your principles are, you can start working toward goals that support what you do and do not want to experience.
There is a dark side to chocolate making, with children working in hazardous conditions in cacao farms.
Widespread destruction of forests (deforestation) is also a grave concern.
Big Chocolate companies work behind the scenes to lobby and squash any laws that work against their interests.
The all-or-nothing mentality is focused on convincing yourself that you need to quit your job so you can put all your energy into what you think you want.
But you may not be financially prepared to quit your job. You may waste a lot of time considering if you should or shouldn't.