If you aim for nothing, you can’t feel as though you’ve miss a target.
If you don’t track the scores of progress, you’ll come to believe that you never lose.
If you already know everything, you will learn nothing new.
If you live towards no specific purpose in your life, you are merely surviving.
Hold to your clear and announced purpose, aiming to produce a meaningful life. Your reward is the contributions you will make and the significant relationships you grow in a shared obsession of purpose-driven efforts.
You can never be too busy to live a life towards your purpose. Having a clear purpose directs our time, it doesn’t waste it.
“The fool wanders, a wise man travels.” — Thomas Fuller —