Are you on a Mission?

I believe I have changed over the past few years. And the biggest change I believe I have made is to constantly strive to find and align to a purpose in everything I do, a conscious focus to set and get to a goal that gives me fulfillment … having a sense of being on a mission. The missions will change. Some are short term, some are long term, but it helps to always ‘be on a mission’.

Every time I feel I am letting life happen to me, I am asking myself what my mission is.

At times it’s not clear, it’s probably never perfect and it's not always the same. But it certainly snaps me out of the space where I don’t make decisions that I know I need to make.

And it helps me distance myself from the fear of ‘doing it wrong’.

It reminds me not to let fear navigate my life. Don't let life happen.

I talk about it in subtle ways when I help people set their health and fitness goals – “What’s your mission?” “What will make you get out of bed on a cold rainy morning and come to training?” “Why is it important to you?” “What does it mean to you?”

Unless you have spent time thinking about these, it’s hard to commit to it and harder to achieve it.

But once you have the answers, you know what your mission is, you are on your way to become stronger human.

Because along the way to achieve your mission, invariably you will have to overcome obstacles, you will have to make sacrifices, you will have to find and surround yourself with people who will help you or even better, join you on your mission! Only then it will be followed by a sense of achievement, a sense of having added life to your days and value to your life.

As Tony Robbins said - "Success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure"

What is your mission? What will give you a sense of fulfillment?

Rishi Dadhe

Mobile: 0400666974



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