Have you asked yourself that lately? Why are you doing what you do? Is there a good reason for it?
It’s easy to get stuck into a routine, or a rut, and just keep on truckin without paying much attention to where you’re going and why you’re heading in that direction. But it’s worth stopping to take stock in case the reason has changed…or disappeared…or wasn’t really there in the first place.
- Why do you do the job you do?
- Why do you live the way that you live?
- Why do you want the things that you want?
- Why do you act the way that you do?
Maybe the answers are fantastically, awesomely, amazingly, incredibly, brilliantly wonderful. Or maybe they’re not. Either way it’s worth asking.
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