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Question of the Week
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I asked you to choose one of the below situations that sounded most like you. I also mentioned I would recommend a specific book based on your response. Find those recommendations below.
- If you struggle with creativity, read Creative Calling by Chase Jarvis. This book will help you uncover the creative habit within all of us.
- If you struggle with habits, read Atomic Habits by James Clear. This book gives you an easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones.
- If you struggle with overcoming obstacles, read The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday. This book will help you take advantage of anything standing in your way.
Identifying your core values is only half the challenge of living a more purposeful life. The other half is becoming an honest representation of what you say you stand for.
Writing down your values is one thing, but living and breathing them is another.
If you are not willing to use your core values as a measure of how to live your life, then you neglect what it means to live with purpose and integrity.
Write your future or someone else will write it for you.
The ceiling that hovers over your life is typically as high as your aspirations.
This means your hopes, dreams, and what you aspire to be, do, and achieve in life will set the aim of your trajectory.
Knowing this, you’re able to bring the control of your life into your own hands and power.