Knowing your “Why”

It is rightly said that if you dont take control of your life then your life starts taking control on you. It is also said a going with flow being directionless and living without purpose in layman language. Have you ever felt like you’re living life on autopilot mode, going through the flow but lacking a sense of direction and purpose? Trust me, when I say this, that you’re not alone. Many people go through life without ever truly understanding why they’re doing what they’re doing. However, finding your “why” or your purpose can be a transformative experience that can give your life greater meaning and fulfillment.

So, let’s talk about finding your “why.” What does that mean, you would ask? Well, it’s all about understanding your deeper motivations and values that drive your actions and decisions. It is basically the journey of diving deep within yourself, to find, to discover the hidden self that is inactive within you. The self that is waiting to be found and discovered. The one that is waiting to be known. When you know your “why,” you have a clear sense of direction and purpose that guides you through life’s ups and downs and making your life more worthy.

Simon Sinek, who wrote a book and gave a TED talk on the topic that people and organizations who know their “why” are more successful and fulfilled than those who don’t, has simple yet powerful message for all of us who are still battling to find a purpose for our life.

Thus, think of your “why” as your inner compass – it helps you navigate through life’s challenges and gives you a sense of meaning and fulfillment. When you find your “why,” you’ll experience greater clarity, focus, motivation, resilience, and satisfaction in life. But you know what? That’s not all – you will also be able to attract like-minded people, build deeper relationships, and make a positive impact on the world around you.

Finding your “why” might seem like a daunting task, but it’s not as complicated as it may sound. It’s a process of self-reflection, introspection, and exploration. I callled it “SIRE”. Let’s dive little deeper within SIRE.

Self-reflection: Take a moment to reflect on your strengths, weaknesses, and what truly makes you happy. By understanding yourself better, you’ll have a clearer picture of what you want out of life.

Introspection: Dig a little deeper and examine your values and beliefs. What motivates you? What are your passions? Knowing these things will give you direction and purpose.

Exploration: Take action and try new things! Get outside of your comfort zone and gain new experiences. You’ll discover what truly resonates with you and what you want to pursue.

You can start by asking yourself some simple questions like:

What am I passionate about?
What are my core values?
What gives me a sense of purpose?
As you explore these questions, you’ll start to gain a better understanding of what drives you and what you want to achieve in life. You may even discover some hidden talents or interests that you didn’t know you had!

So, if you’re feeling lost or unfulfilled in life, take some time to explore your “why.” It may be the missing piece of the puzzle that you’ve been searching for all along. And remember, finding your “why” is not a one-time event – it’s an ongoing journey of self-discovery and growth. So, don’t be afraid to explore, experiment, and learn along the way. You never know where your “why” may take you!

But, When you know your “why,” you have a clear sense of direction and purpose. You’re more likely to achieve your goals and make a positive impact on the world around you. Though living your “why” is not always easy, but it’s worth it. It will bring you a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction that you can’t get from anything else. It will make you feel alive, and it will inspire others to do the same.

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