The 2 most important days of your life, Mark Twain said, are the day you were born and the day you find out why.
You were born for specific purposes.
Everything within you is geared for that. It should consume you with fire and fervor, says and ace copywriter John Carlton.
If you are not pursuing that purpose, you will forever be unhappy. That unhappiness means you’ve wandered from your path.
If you stumble into the task, no matter how unprepared, you will fulfill a joyful purpose probably beyond your ability. But you’ll find our way by doing, Submit to your destiny, and get busy.
One hint: It is not the pursuit of money.
No. You are built for far nobler things. It may be much closer to home than you thought. Raising good children is a magnificent goal. Teaching is up there, too.
What you choose to do may involve more heat than you thought possible. The entrepreneur world is not for cowards.
Figure it out. Line up the challenges you will face and plot their obliteration starting today. Stop cowering in the corner
Step 1: Find your true purpose.
Step 2: Pursue it with all your heart.
Step 3: Keep a record of your progress.
For more on this, read “Your Life’s Great Purpose.” For a personally autographed copy of the $20 book for only $10, email JerryBellune@yahoo.com
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