Mission, vision, vocation, calling, destiny, bliss, passion, meaning. These are just some of the words that have been used to describe our human need to identify and express our purpose. But are these words all really talking about the same thing?
A mission statement is common in a business. Your company probably has one. It describes what the company does. You might have a personal mission statement. It would describe what you do. For example, your mission might be to design systems that save time and money. But that is not your life’s purpose. Purpose is bigger than that.
Let Fear be a catalyst for your growth!
Fear is not your enemy! If you befriend fear, it can be an asset to you. A tremendous amount of energy is associated with fear. You have undoubtedly heard stories of people who showed superhuman strength when they were faced with fear.
In research studies, students who felt some fear about taking a test did better than students who felt no fear. Your goal is not to eliminate fear, but to harness it.
The reason of Change
1. Because of the fear of the unknown we are afraid of change.
2. Change is to give up what we are now to become what we could be.
3. Without change, there will be no growth. Without growth you begin to die.
4.The only things that id constant is change.
5. Every single moment we are never the same.
No concept of failure, only feedback
Babies have no concept of failure, only feedback. This is a very useful belief to start with but we lose it gradually as we become older. Just look at how babies learn to stand and to walk. The first thing they learn is how to balance themselves, an uphill task for them. They learn how to shift their weight around trying different methods of balancing.
Money = Evil?
Another common, limiting belief is that “Money is evil”. Those who make this statement are generally poor people, conservative thinkers, and perhaps your peers.
How true is that statement?