Congratulations on completing week two.
This week, in your self-directed coaching you covered:
Journaling is a fantastic way to tap into your inner wisdom. You’ll find that the answers and solutions you discover through journaling are both insightful and powerful - and they work.This week we introduced you to two methods for discovering your why.The first method - 7 levels deep you can find in your guided journal.The second method - Life experiences tied to your life purpose.You can find the full article here.
This week's inspired quote: Our weekly quote is taken from Simon Sinek's best selling book "Find Your Why". With detailed instructions on every stage in the process, the book also answers common concerns, such as: Can you have more than one why? And, if my work doesn't match my why, what do I do?
Our WHY is our purpose, cause or belief —the driving force behind everything we do. Our HOWs are the actions we take when we are at our natural best to bring our WHY to life. Our WHATs are the tangible manifestation of our WHY, the actual work we do every day.” ― Simon Sinek.
Free Book Download here. Find Your Why: A Practical Guide for Discovering Purpose for You and Your Team. Download it to your eReader or read it on your phone.
This week's inspired thought: “Your vision is only actionable if you say it out loud. If you keep it to yourself, it will remain a figment of your imagination”
We love the above quote, it reminds us that every one of us has a WHY, a deep-rooted purpose, cause, or belief that is the source of our passion and inspiration. You may not yet know what yours is or how to express it in words. But, we guarantee, you have one. What is your vision that you need to take action on and tell the world about?
This week's inspired video: The day I stood up alone.
There are days and occasions in your life when you will stand alone. When you will be disappointed by friends and family. It's on those days that knowing your why is what gets you through.Our video this week is an inspirational story of photographer Boniface Mwangi finding his why.As he says, "There are two most powerful days in your life. The day you are born, and the day you discover why."
This week's inspired podcast: Take the next step.
“Our struggles are the short-term steps we must take on our way to long-term success”.The Dream Cast Project team is always advocating starting with the end in mind, and have dedicated an entire module to this topic, see Module 9. The same applies to your why. There will be many short-term steps to get to your why, your goal, your dreams, or your purpose.In this week's podcast, Jim Rohn shares his wisdom about how not to live a small life 👇
This week's inspired idea: Anything and everything.
On your journey to discovering your why - you will come to realize that the above quote could not be more true.
What you did a week, a month, a year, or even 5 years ago has led you to this point in your life. It's so important to reflect on what got you to where you are today.
Without kidding yourself, if you keep up you current daily practices where will it take you in the next week, month 5 years etc?
We covered a lot this week across multiple channels. Let us know how you are gettin on via our app chat or message us though the app.