Take a moment right now to stop, and think about where you are and how you got there. I mean physically, right now. Did you walk in the room because you need to get something? Are you on a train heading to work? Are you killing time in a coffee shop? It seems obvious, but we do things for a reason.
In reading this whole article, you will know what you are supposed to do in life… or at least you will have a greater sense of clarity around it!
Starting with the end in mind
Aim for something beyond yourself
If you took 10 years to discover something you’d like to spend the rest of your life doing, would it have been worth it? Probably… So don’t feel pressured by having a quick answer to this. Instead, have fun discovering the buffet of life’s passions that each of us have laid before us. The good book says that time and chance happen to us all. With that in mind, I want you to cut yourself some slack.
Imagine what a life well lived would look like.
Repeat the exercise a few times to really dig into the kind of person you want to have been remembered as. Once you’ve got clarity on your end of life thoughts (well done for braving the idea) you can progress to the next article! How to Set Goals that are in line with your aims in life.
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