FIND OUT YOUR DIRECTION

Most people understand the importance of reaching where they want to go, that is why they use GPS, to avoid missing their way, because if you want to get where you want, you need to know where you want to go and follow the path. Why is it that good intentioned people, with admirable life goals, often are not where they intended, they’re not reaching their purpose? Why is it that many people with a clear idea direction in life end up far from their intended destination? Has this happened to you in one area of your life?

Do you ever feel lost? aimless? or a little confused, like you’re sailing through life without a rudder to guide you? If so, it’s likely that you’re not aligned with your values. Your values are what give you meaning, purpose, and direction in life, but if you don’t know what they are, how are they supposed to guide you. Here is how

  1. Keep a journal where you record all your different thoughts, feelings and ideas. Look for patterns and consistency – ideas that grab you and get stronger over time.
  2. Explore new passions, interests and hobbies. Some of those will stick and intensify; others will slowly fade and disappear.
  3. Step outside your comfort zone and try and break with your old routine. That will lead you in different directions, release creative thoughts, and spark some fresh ideas.
  4. Talk to people to get different perspectives, and listen to their feedback, and points of view.
  5. Have the self-confidence to listen to your heart, and work of developing your creativity.
  6. Review your current goals – and how much they mean to you. Ask yourself: Do you still feel motivated, energised and inspired?
  7. Surround yourself with people who are optimistic, positive, affirming, and who want the best for you. Also, it may help to widen your circle of friends as that helps to uncover different aspects of yourself.

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