- Why motivational guru’s can’t give you the solution…
- And how I stumbled on…
A Practical ‘Life Direction Compass’ That Lets You Confidently Develop Your Life’s Meaning & Purpose…
Here you will find…
- The 3 keys to a meaningful life direction.
- How to successfully combine career development with your personal interests.
- An ex-self-help junky’s top recommendations for what’s really worth your time and money (and what to avoid like the plague!)
- The secret to knowing with 100% certainty what your true life purpose really is that will bring you the greatest possible happiness.
- My own personal journal and the things I discovered about changing Life Direction.
How A ‘Small’ Difference In Attitude Between Two Sisters Led Me To Discover The Only Lasting Solution To Life Direction Success
I was very good friends with twin sisters back in High School…
We used to chat about life, career options, and future plans.
One of the twins went on the path of standard personal development. And the other twin leaned more towards my own major interest… getting organized and being ‘in control’ with practical life.
Recently, we met up as part of another little High School reunion. The twins were still quite alike, and much the same as I remember them. Happy, passionate, fun.
But there was a difference.
One was in a very well paid Journalism career which she considered her true calling in life. The other was working as a local secretary for a small property company, and was not satisfied at all.
What Made The Difference?
Have you ever wondered what really makes the key difference for someone ‘just getting by’ compared to someone genuinely happy with their life direction and success?
It clearly isn’t about having goals, or even persistence, because persistent people often persistently fail.
So like I said, the twins were much alike. But the difference lies in what each of them persisted with.
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I wish you every success,
“..I keep reading all of these crazy books talking about writing down goals and such. My favorite of all time is The Science of Getting Rich.
For some reason my ego thinks that it seems too easy, too good to be true, you know. To just get a clear vision of want you want.
I find it hard to really focus on my objectives. Usually, I get glimpses of them, during a certain song or something, but never for long.
The questionnaires are a project. I seem to be able to get to deeper states of focus when I do the questionnaires.
I need to live my dreams, and the questionnaires help me focus on the goals and the steps to complete them.
Thanks Gav, great stuff!”