When your why is clear

When your Why is clear, you can get a following, not just customers.

When your Why is clear, you can be a leader who inspire other people to see what you see and why they should join you.

When your Why is clear, you can be more decisive and make better decisions.

When your Why is clear, money becomes less important.

When your Why is clear, you will stop competing on making it cheaper and better than others. Instead you make it different.

When your Why is clear, you will know what to do and how to do it.

When your Why is clear, you define success better than others.

When your Why is clear, you know whether you should work on your strengths or weaknesses. (We should work on our strengths but there are also times we should improve our weaknesses depending on why you’re doing what you do.)

When you know your Why, you can change the world.

So, start with WHY, know your HOW and build the WHAT that is consistent with your WHY.

My why in life

Credit to Simon Sinek’s Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action.

About the Author

Samphy is a facilitator, blogger, consultant and lifelong learner. His writing and ideas here focus around self-improvement, blogging and facilitation.

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