Why Should You Define Success?
Not everyone considers success the same. Although there are common themes that define success for most people, there are still variations in what individuals, families, and cultures value. For some, it might be owning a home, having a certain degree, or eventually having grandchildren (or maybe that those grandchildren go on to college).
But for you to really be able to evaluate if the decisions you are making now are worth your time, resources and energy–you must decide for yourself what you will define your success by. Too many people waste their lives away before they realize that they’ve been chasing a form of success that doesn’t really matter to them. And for those at Average Advocate, I know you don’t just want to be “successful,” but you want to make a difference in the world, too!
Redefining Winning at Life
This is why we can’t continue to subconsciously define our success by how others define it, but must determine its meaning for ourselves.
Will it be in how much money we earn? Or how much freedom we have? Our success might be in respect we receive, renown we’re given, or titles we earn. But it also might be in the way we serve the world, live justly, or carry out our beliefs.
GPS To Success
GPS to Success is one of the coaching tools I use you can get (for free, of course) by clicking the button below. After working through these seven steps, you should have an idea of how you want to redefine as success for yourself and can use it regularly to help you evaluate whether you are being who you were meant to be and make the difference in the world you were born to make.
If the idea of "purpose" always seemed a little vague to you AND you don't have a lot of time to spare, this is for you!
Purpose Roadmap: Discover A Story Worth Living is a free mini-workbook with seven-destination points to help you intentionally choose what you want to let motivate you in life. This is what I'm hear for, to empower everyday people like you to know where to start in all of life's craziness to begin discovering our best roles (and not burnt-out roles) to change the world. And this is the perfect place to start!