Goals and Grit: Your Spiritual Why

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Copyright 2015 Artisans Workshop Designs

 

Please note: I’m not sure what happened, but yesterday’s post ended up posting today…! I apologize for any confusion or inconvenience!

 

Yesterday we talked about coming up with a why that was deeply compelling for us—powerful enough to get us through the really difficult phases of going for our dreams.

It’s good to have more than one reason why we’re going for our dreams because sometimes the why that we’ve been relying on may not have the power needed to get through a particular challenge.

Today we’ll talk about coming up with one or more spiritual reasons why we’re going for our dreams.   These reasons doing have to be based in religious beliefs or any type of belief in particular. All that matters is that the reason is important to you.

These are reasons that are bigger than you and me.

Some examples of spiritual reasons are:

~you know in your core that you were born to do this;

~the Still Small Voice won’t be—can’t be—silenced;

~it’s your Divine Destiny to do this.

 

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Take time to think about this, to contemplate it. As with the more worldly reasons why that we talked about yesterday, this spiritually based why may change over time. That’s fine because as you work with it, you get to know and understand it in a deeper more profound way. This is good!

Feel free to share your why in the comments below.

Also, please pass this message along to a friend—thanks!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,

Lauren

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