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Losing Your Sense Of Purpose In Life

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Losing your sense of purpose in life will lead to depression!

Losing your sense of purpose in life
will lead to depression!

When you go clueless about your purpose in life, more so often it will make you feel depressed and lost. What’s more is that being in such a predicament will take its toll on your health as well. The state of your mind when stuck in such a situation will influence your brain’s chemistry, and also your wellbeing.

When you lose your sense of purpose, you lose your sense of direction in life. This leads to you having no solid goals and hence ultimately you lose your sense of motivation too. With nothing to motivate you, to get you moving, you eventually become lackadaisical and can fall victims to chronic boredom, misery and sorrow.  Though we all go through low moments in life, often many people have the tendency to just remain in that zone.

Additionally, in time you’ll become frustrated and your situation might worsen if you have other work or home related problems to deal with. Moreover, you’ll find your energy level plummeting, more so than ever. You’ll probably even stop caring about your health, eating habits and gradually end up packing on extra weight. So if you do get caught up in such a scenario, it’s imperative for you to fight your way out of the situation or else your life will remain completely empty.

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What Does It Take To Be Truly Successful?

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

To be truly successful you need o become a walker.

To be truly successful you need o become a walker.

While having goals and aspirations is one thing, pursuing them or working to achieve them is another. True success surely isn’t easy to come by and it certainly isn’t it all about winning or losing. Success requires one to take chances and risks without being intimidated by the uncertainty of the outcome. When it comes to succeeding your attitude is what matters thee most.

Universally speaking, amongst us there exist four kinds of individuals. Ones that are the observers or watchers, next there are the talkers, then the pullers and lastly the walkers or doers.  Observers simply watch others, as they chase and achieve their goals and dreams. They have no goals or dreams of their own and are just too lackadaisical too even think about challenging themselves and choose to stick with the life they have. Talkers simply know how to talk big and never actually follow through with their goals, whereas, pullers are best at making others doubt their abilities and for bringing them down. Now walkers are the ones to watch out for. These individuals have the zest for achievement and accomplishment.

So which one of these individuals are you? If what you are looking for is greatness and to be successful then you need to learn to become a walker

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