Purpose and Direction

I Never Follow Directions

Post Written By Eugene Morgan

“Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” — John F. Kennedy

We need a plan or an end game before we start. We need courage and effort to execute a plan. But before we make a plan, we need to sit down and to think about why we want to do this. Then we need to set a goal. A goal will keep us on track as we’re making every effort to move a project forward. We must use our effort wisely. We can have a plan, direction but if we don’t have the courage to make the effort, then our plan and direction is useless.  We need all four elements (efforts, courage, purpose, and direction) for us to succeed in anything we do.

 

 

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