Defining Your Vision and Purpose
Vision relates to the faculty or state of being able to see. Purpose on the other hand, transmits the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.
Life is good. Unique in so many awesome ways, we are where we are today, because of what makes us who we are. How does that work? Knowledge and skills are essential elements of the ‘what makes us, who we are’ concept.
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. –Aristotle-
Life can be seen through ones experiences, beliefs and perceptions. We are what we repeatedly do, think and talk about. Consciousness, perception, thinking, learning, reasoning and judgement become habitual, only when we unleash the power of the mind to function in alliance with our vision and purpose.
Everything exists as result of the conditions and forces that existed before it. Once you are clear about your purpose, it is much easier to fulfill it and live a more meaningful life. Define your vision, goals and areas of responsibility so that your plans and daily actions are kept aligned with your dominant patterns of thinking.
Posted on May 6, 2013, in Vision & Purpose and tagged Beliefs, Define, Forces, Habit, Knowledge, Life, Perceptions, Purpose, Skills, Vision. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Defining Your Vision and Purpose.