How to find your pole star


Do you think deeply about where your life is heading? Can you really be sure that you are living the best life possible if you don’t know what you want or where you want to go?

This is something that not many people think about. People believe that life happens naturally and there is little they can do to change it. They often blame others before taking responsibility for their own thoughts and actions. Most likely, you have heard these stories about yourself: People who lose their jobs blame the government, unjust employers, and bad luck.

It is easy to blame others for the things that are happening in your life.

We’ve all been there, I think.

What about those who are able to achieve their goals? These people do things differently. What is the difference between us being able to achieve what we want and others who are stuck, or worse, lose all of them?

This is what I discovered in my quest to understand it. People who transcend look up at the stars and not at passing ships. They find a North Star, a place they can follow, and live their lives to prove it. They are motivated by their inner motivation and a desire to live a fulfilling life.

They have a vision of the life they want and are willing to work hard to achieve it.

You might be thinking, “Okay, that’s it. What can I do to find my North Star?

It is much easier than you think to begin this exciting journey. You can start with these six steps to help you self-observe when it is time.

Make an inventory of the things you like.

Listening to your heart is the best way to list all you love about life. Take a look back at your childhood. What were your childhood dreams? As a child, what were your dreams?

You loved to draw, play an instrument or dance. These memories will inspire you to pursue what you love, because you can be certain that it is something you do naturally.

List your strengths and weaknesses.

Take a moment to think about what you are best at. Ask others to identify your strengths if you’re not specific or feel insecure. Do you have a superior understanding of numbers? Are you able to give superior ideas? Baking cakes? Baking cakes?

Find your passion.

You can find clues to your passion by looking at the intersection of what you enjoy and what you excel at. If you are excited about a task, you know that you are driven by passion. It is easy to forget how much time you have invested in this activity. It would be great if you could spend all day on this activity. Do you know what it is?

Find your calling number.

Ask yourself: What can I get back for all the things I do well and enjoy?

Is the work you do helping others today? Is it a way to make people happy? That is your calling. This brings us to…

Recognize the purpose of your life.

Your mission is your calling to help achieve a goal or accomplish a project that transcends your personal desires or preferences. Because it is connected to your passion and vocation, it can help you to see the world through a different lens and show you how you can make a difference.

When you are defining your mission, there are some things to consider: What can I do for the world? How can I improve or develop the lives of others? What can I do to use my strengths to help others?

Mahatma Gandhi was very clear about his mission.

  • I won’t be afraid of anyone on this planet.
  • God is all I care about.
  • I will not harbour malice towards any one.
  • I will not be subject to any injustice.
  • I will conquer the lies with the truth.
  • I will suffer all my suffering if I resist falsehood.

Come across your North Star

If you’re looking to take your ambitions one step further, and make an everlasting contribution to the world – something far greater than yourself and your sphere or influence – then you can be engaged in one certain of humanity’s noblest aspirations: To discover your North Star.

Although your North Star is not a destination, it will guide you to the endgame. Although it does not tell you how to get there but acts as a compass,

Are you ready to discover your North Star? These are the questions you need to answer:

* Imagine what the world would look like if you were able to complete your mission in this life. What would you say?

* What legacy would you like to leave this world?

Your answers must be bold and not easy to attain. Consider the words of Elon Musk (co-founder of Tesla, SpaceX), as an example. Musk said that his vision of rocket technologies would allow every person to reach Mars and beyond in a 2018 interview. It doesn’t matter if Musk or his company will understand this vision. The legacy will be left behind, and someone else will continue to operate.

This is how you can get your North Star. It will guide your actions both consciously and subconsciously. You will find yourself waking up each morning with a factor that is important to you and your future.

What are you waiting to do? Start a journey to discover your North Star, and you will be able to reach the heights of your dreams!

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