Just about every human being at one time or another has asked himself/herself the question: “ What on earth am I here for?” This universal question has baffled humanity since time began and it is even more so today where we live a complex, fast-paced, constantly changing life. Everybody seems to be in a hurry, raising against time. Despite our busy schedule, this question keeps lingering on us, especially when we have time to stop, recollect, trying to find our inner self. Some may have an answer or answers, others may have an answer but still doubtful if they have the right one, and still many of us have unanswered questions. Whatever specific reason each of us have for existence, there is one universal reason: “to find happiness” and we owe it to ourselves. Happiness comes in many forms, each is unique from the other. Happiness is embracing the Divine Providence in your life; It is having found your true love, raising a family. It is a life of fame, power, and/or wealth. It is good health. It is in serving others and countless more. Some of us may be happy for just one reason but often it is a combination of several. However we perceive happiness to be, goal realization is a vital part of it. Great opportunities abound in life. It is entirely up to us to hold on to these opportunities and align them with our goal. We cannot overemphasize the importance of goal realization in life in pursuit of happiness. Realizing a goal brings a feeling of fulfillment to oneself. Either way, we can choose to be one of these three: a goal achiever, a failure, or an in-between. Again, it is entirely up to us. Personally, I think we stand to gain a lot if we choose to be an achiever (and we stand a good chance of being one), a gain most likely to exceed our expectation or imagination. Speaking of imagination, image a person whose life is aimlessly drifted without a purpose. I figure you would say “what a waste”. Such is a life being spent without setting and attaining a goal. Now, think of a person you know who has reached the ultimate goal in his/her life. Wouldn’t you want to know his/her pathways to success? Wouldn’t you want to follow in his/her footsteps? Of course, you do. We all do. We all want to succeed in life and the way to do it is to set goals and attain them. There’s no other way. As mentioned earlier, goal achievers as well as you and I know that it is one of the components to happiness in life. For most of us though, setting and attaining goals seem to be a far-fetched, difficult task. We sometimes think that it is a task reserved only for the intellectually gifted, for the lucky few, for the affluent. Indeed it is a difficult task, but to say that it is reserved only for the gifted, lucky, or affluent people is wrong. This is an excuse to fool ourselves. Actually, we are not being mindful of our own potentials. We just keep on drifting life away like a horse with eyes covered on the sides. We keep on concentrating in our daily routines and activities and life’s short-lived pleasures that we tend to forget about, set aside, or even ignore our goals in life. However, this kind of lifestyle has something to do with our attitude and this is the attitude we need to change. We have to adopt a goal-oriented attitude. We have to get out of our comfort zone and venture into that jungle out there by leading an active life that will bring happiness not only to ourselves but to others as well. We are all apprehensive of change but this is one change for the better and it will be worth a hundred, maybe a thousand folds over. Join me as we venture into the world of goal realization.
Author Chrissy Greig www.christinegreig.com
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