“How” Is Secondary

Virtually anything you want depends far more on the Why than the How.Internal Dialogue

If you weren’t aware of this, think back to something great you have accomplished in your life and notice the importance you placed on having it happen.

That was the Why at work.Insecurity

 

When it comes to How to get something done, we can either be paralyzed by it or let the Why step in and take over.

 

Unfortunately, the How paralysis wins out most often and many dreams are left unfulfilled simply because the Why wasn’t developed well enough.

Have you figured out your Why yet?


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