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Getting From Here to There - Plan Your Success

 


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As soon as you discovered your passions in life, you would then need to recast your priorities so that you are brought in order with your purpose in life. With your purpose, you can get the directions in your life without fear of being lost. Sure, there are a lot of things that might go wrong along the way, but this is all a part of the process of working for your goals. You had better embrace this process. Otherwise, the process becomes boring too.

You need to take a look at your present situation and take stock of where you are. What have you achieved so far? The years will not retreat. If you are still young, well and good, you still have plenty of years to pursue your passion and discover the meaning of your life. If you are already in your middle years, do not worry, you can still find your purpose and work at finding meaning as long as you are willing.

This process of taking note of where you are is important. It enables you to know precisely where you are. After all, you cannot get to where you want to be unless you know where you are. After analyzing where you are, you better understand the path you have to take. Once you have discovered your purpose, it becomes your roadmap to where you want to go.

The roadmap to your dreams can be discovered by a purposeful searching within yourself of what you want to do and what you intend to achieve. More than the achievement though, you also need to plot the steps that you take. It does not matter if the steps are small ones as long as you are progressing and moving towards your goals.

If you are truly willing to achieve your goals, you need to make progress everyday even if those steps are but simple ones. Just like drops of water on a bucket, when they are gathered, they will fill the bucket up. Remember though that achieving the goal is but a part of the process, the journey is more enjoyable than the process of arriving at the destination. The journey helps develop your character and your qualities such that you become more focused in achieving your dreams and your goals in life.

When you have taken a good look at where you are and you feel disappointed, that is well and good. But do not forget that you are in the business of pursuing your dreams and your goals. With perseverance and character, you can get from here to there.

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