Establishing the “WHY” is the Hardest

What When Why QuestionsHave you ever woke up being lazy and feeling that it’ll just be another day at work?

You can’t get up from your bed and somehow, no matter how hard you try to motivate yourself to get up, you just can’t?

Maybe, here is the reason why:

“If you’re bored with life, if you don’t get up every morning with a burning desire to do things, you don’t have enough goals.” ― Lou Holtz

Somehow, the moment I felt that way again, I ruminate with that quote by Lou Holtz. Maybe, I haven’t created that goal for that day, that’s why I felt so lazy to get up and failed to see how lucky I was to get up and experience life again.

Goal and purpose: As time passes by, it’s becoming more relevant in my life.

Somehow, creating your goals and knowing your purpose allows you to  create your better future. A future that you can be proud of and a future that you can control.

It’s easy to identify the WHAT and the HOW but the WHY is the hardest. It is the “WHY” that can keep you motivated and the core of every existence. If your “WHY” isn’t strong enough, you can’t keep going.

If your reason has suddenly vanished, you got the tendency to be broken into pieces and get lost as well.

Establishing your WHY lets you see a clearer picture of your path; and as they say:

EVERYONE has days when feel like giving up. When you have one of those days remember WHY you STARTED! Every STEP you take is a step towards YOUR goal. Yesterday is gone- don't waste time thinking about it. Instead ask yourself what you can do differently today that will help you obtain your goals. Now go out there and be AWESOME!
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