If You Don't Know This Quiting Is A True Possibility

Last Update: November 24, 2015

It’s great you’re learning how to build a thriving online business, but can I ask you one quick question?

Why Are You Doing What You’re Doing?

Achieving your goals takes dedication, sacrifice, hard work and persistence. And I'm sure you know that achieving your goals is not going to come without challenges.

And when those challenges arise if you don’t know why you’re doing what you’re doing. What and where is your true to the core motivation coming from?

When a strong enough challenge happens that it shakes your resolve, and makes you question why you’re doing what you’re doing, and you don’t have the answer.

The thoughts of possibly quitting can be very powerful and compelling. But if you know exactly why you’re doing what you’re doing, you’re thoughts of quitting everything will simply vanish.

But there’s a catch.

It’s great that you may want to have a new SUV or a big house or that dream vacation – there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.

But when a strong enough challenge comes along that makes you really question why you’re doing what you’re doing. Wanting an SUV or a dream vacation is really not that empowering when you REALLY need the motivation to keep moving forward.

You need compelling and meaningful whys. These are the whys that will truly empower you and keep you in the game.

And to get those types of whys you need to get a lot deeper than wanting a dream vacation or an SUV.

I had one of my new private mentoring students send me his whys. He had 12 in total. Almost half of these why's in one form or another were about how he was going to show the people that doubted him that he could be successful.

He was going to show his friends, his family and his co-workers that told him his dreams were a waste of time and he would never amount to anything. So he was going to prove them wrong.

I understand the root of this type of motivation but it’s not that compelling or meaningful, let alone empowering. In fact it's very temporary.

So I called him and after talking for a while I asked him. “What if all those people you wanted to prove wrong went into a spaceship never to be seen or heard from ever again. They were safe but you would never see them again”

You now have nothing to prove to anyone. What is your true motivation now, what's your why for doing what you're doing?

Not surprising he had no real answer. But after a while we did find some real powerful whys he could fall back on when needed.

You see you’re going to need these compelling whys more than you know. And your whys can and will change as you move forward and change.

There are going to be days, and believe me they’ll come if they haven’t already, when you’re not going to be the most motivated person in the world.

But that’s ok. It’s normal and natural for this to happen. It’s how you react that’s the secret to getting past these days and staying focused on achieving your goals.

One day someone or something is going to make you second-guess yourself or just make you feel beaten to the ground.

Something will happen (it always does) and you’re going to say to yourself “Why the hell am I doing this, what’s the bloody point? “

And at this point if it has happened enough times or even strong enough on the first go around, people do quit.

But with compelling and meaningful whys second guessing yourself or the temptation of quitting/stopping will simply vanish. But ONLY if your whay are powerful enough.

So How Do You Discover These Compelling Whys?

One great question you can ask yourself to discover your true whys is “What is my purpose for being on this planet?”

Chances are it’s not to own a new SUV or go on a dream vacation.

Here are a few samples of what your whys could be like by asking yourself that question:

  • I’m doing what I’m doing so I have the ability to send my children to the college of their choice.
  • I’m doing what I’m doing so I have the means to take care of my aging parents.
  • I’m doing what I’m doing so I can have more time to volunteer.
  • I’m doing what I’m doing so I have more time can help the homeless.
  • I'm doing this so my family never has to worry or struggle ever again.

Can you see how having compelling whys such as these are more powerful, more motivating and more likely to get you back on track and focused then, “I’m doing what I’m doing so I have a dream vacation”.

With these types of whys you’ll achieve all that you want to achieve and you can go on as many dream vacations as you like.

So Let’s Start Your List Of Whys Right Now

Take a piece of paper and I want you to write down at least 10 whys or reasons if you will, of why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Writing your whys just like writing out your goals will be more effective and make a stronger neural pathway in your brain than typing them on your computer.

In other words you’ll have a stronger connection to your whys.

Time to go old school people.

Remember you can use the sample question “What is my purpose for being on this planet?”

Remember you're wanting to create compelling and meaningful whys that will empower you when you need them most.

And start your why statement with;

I’m doing what I’m doing because…

Or

My purpose for being on this planet is…

Now put your whys where you can see them everyday.

I also want you to read them outloud to yourself at least twice a day. You don’t have to wait for a challenge to happen to remind yourself why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Make them part of your daily self talk, you know, that running dialog in your head – make these whys part of who you are.

I also tell my students do be afraid to give your list of whys to your friends or family so when you’re having one of your “Why the hell am I doing what I’m doing days”.

They can also remind you why you’re doing what you’re doing.

Now you’ll have another set of tools to keep moving forward and achieving everything you have set out to achieve.

Your Now Unstoppable!!

I believe in you!
Leo

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Leo, you're too much. Thanks once again for this great inspiring lesson. God bless you.
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Leo, another great blog,i'm glad i found you and your blogs.
Cheers
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Thanks glad you liked it
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Great blog, thank you!
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Leo, thank you again for this great article.
I love your articles in spite the fact that they are long articles.
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leoemery Premium
Yeah I can get chatty sometimes
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LouisaB Premium
Another great lecture. Thanks again! You are a great instructor.
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome, and thank you
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IsaacGoh Premium
Dear Leoemery,

Thank you for writing this article. You have inspired me to take more action, indeed the journey in WA is not just a money making place, but also personal development. We are what we earn because what we have learned.

With that i would like to share with the reason...

I'm doing what i'm doing because...
My purpose for being on this planet is...

1. I want to built passive income and travel around the world.
2. I want to give my loved ones a good life
3. i want to ensure people get adquate insurance coverage.
4. I want to have the time and freedom to do the things i want. 5
5. I want to be able to work in different country as i want to
6. i want to built great relationships
7. i want to be happy.
8. i want to have the flexibility of time
9. Immense in someone culture and belief.
10. Share with someone to joy of my journey and helping them achieve it.
11. Make this place a little better than i was here before.
12. Helping people achieve their goals.

What do you think my reasons are? I would love to hear all of your views. Peace out and have a great day!

-Love,
Isaac Goh
Singapore
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leoemery Premium
You're reasons (whys) sound great, the most important thing is that they are compelling and empowering for you, that's all the matters.
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womo2015 Premium
I already try to do it with very bad overwhelming experience. I did not take time for smallest misinterpreted points. Biggest mistake in my opinion. Now I believe in myself.
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Lsissons Premium
Hi Leo,
What an amazing post it really speaks to me.
My one big why is that I've worked office jobs for 15 years and been happy for about 3 weeks out of that time.
I get bored beyond belief at work, have problems with "authority" and generally feel like I am going insane.
Discovering the chance to make my own living from creating and doing something I love has set off a fire in me like I've never before experienced.
I must make this a success because the alternative is staying trapped in a 9-5 world that is killing me!
I hope that is a good enough why.
Best wishes,
- Luke
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Jim-Bo Premium
I know of this fire you refer to, for all WA members feel this fire too. It is a brightly burning determination and gut feeling that you are doing the right thing with your life.

Live long and prosper!!

Jimbo
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Jim-Bo Premium
Awesome...

But (for some reason unknown to me) I haven't needed this kind of method to remind me why I am doing it as I am stuck at home right now 7 days a week cos of my bad back problem.

Basically I am forced to try to make a living online. That is enough of a reminder in my particular case.

In fact, I jump out of bed early in the mornings now I got this 'GIG' going on. That is something I have never done since I was a kid.

I CRAWLED out of bed every morning since being a teen.

Something inside of me is already so ADDICTED to building websites, keyword research and blogging etc etc. Something called WA has given me new ambitions that I never had before.

You see I never was an ambitious one. I just wanted to survive the day and the night in one piece. So as long as I had food in my belly and a roof over my head, I didn't care about being "rich."

Of course occasionally the thought of wealth would cross my mind, but it soon passed and I got on with the daily life - going to dead end jobs, never having quite enough to get out of debt once and for all, being able to take a holiday for a couple of weeks, etc etc.

The change in my mindset (I call it the change to a GREEDIER self than the old self I was) - this change occurred in February of this year when I was fired from a (new job) as a teacher in Thailand. Because I didn't WALK beautifully (my sciatica caused by slipped disks and dislocated hips (I don't know how that happened by the way - I didn't have any accidents that I can remember))

Long story short anyways - I saw it not as a negative thing. I actually felt a little bit excited that I had been fired. Why?

1. The pain of standing, walking, writing on the whiteboard was agony.

2. I could FINALLY have time to look into this make money online malarkey.

3. I get to see my two toddlers growing up every day - every milestone, every tear, every smile and every laugh and all the extra hugs and kisses.

Now, my main problems are these - I need to fix them

1. What should I be doing right now?

2. What should I do after that?

3. How to avoid going down rabbit holes and surfacing with nothing to show for it many days or weeks later. (i.e. how to quickly determine that I am NOT wasting my time on one of those shiny objects

4. If I were to write a TO DO list, I wouldn't exactly know what to write on the list, tho I know a list such as that could be extremely beneficial for me because I am not the best organised person.

What would you (or anyone reading this) suggest I do about these 4 things above?

Because sometimes I feel I am wasting a lot of valuable time on practices that are not worthwhile and that the time spent on those things could much better be spent on the practices I should be doing every day.

So, What is your daily routine - in detail. lol

coffee? make a video? keyword research? writing a blog? sharing/posting on facebook?

those kinds of things...what should a generic/standard routine be like if say I have 12-16 hours per day 7 days a week.

See that's what I am getting at...The amount of time I am putting in could not possibly increase without detriment to my already crappy health. I am trying to dig my way out of a hole, to make money online so I can fix my medical problems, so I can pay the hospital debt for our premature baby (4 years ago) so I can pay for my overstayed visa.

Then I can get my kids and myself and mrs BACK to civilisation in England and get some treatment I need to get out of pain. This pain is the thing that is a driver for me at the moment.

What kind of routine would you set yourself up with if you were in my shoes? 12-18 hours a day should be spent WISELY and I am sure anyone will agree. I feel like I could be doing a lot better if I had a better routine.

That turned out LONG didn't it...sorry.

Jimbo
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leoemery Premium
First and foremost focus on your health, something I'm sure you don't need me to tell you, but something I needed to mention

Everything you want to accomplish will not happen if you don't focus on your health.

I would stop working 12 to 18 hours per day - despite what people think working longer hours online rarely produces better or faster results.

You need to rest, and recharge. Doing these marathon work routines are bad for you and bad for production. Your brain and your body needs rest.

Create a schedule for work - try not to work more than a few hours at a time and then get away from your computer for at least 30 minutes - do something else - but not any where near your computer.

Personally on a busy day I work no more than a total of 6 hours and I get everything I need to get done.

I have a routine for each day - I get what I need to get done first for that day and then I can do other things.

You can set up the same sort of routine.

First I don't really work on Sunday and Mondays - sure I check emails and do keyword research and other stuff but these days I can do anything I want. These are not days I need to have something done

Tuesday is my video day, on this day I create scripts outlines and such.

Wednesday is the actual video production day - plus I am currently in a private mentoring session with my mentor on Wed.

Thursday and Friday is content creation day using the keywords I researched from my days off. My content creation has changed, instead of cranking out tons of content each week I now create mega piece of content once per week, this content is 3000 to 5000 words sometimes longer.

Saturday - is the day I focus more on my own products and other revenue ideas.

Now this is my routine but intermixed with all that I am creating new products, testing and tweaking sales funnels, learning new things, participating in the WA and other things.

But my focus on any particular day is to get done what I need to get done for that day, then I can do others things.

Hope this helps, and also thank you for sharing your story.
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Jim-Bo Premium
Cool, that's the kinda advice I was looking for, but u never know what you are looking for until u find it sometimes!!! Awesome, this reply will surely help many, present and future. Not just me.

Thanks so Much Leo

Jimbo
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hbomb1 Premium
I'm praying for your healing Jimbo...
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Jim-Bo Premium
thanks buddy! wishing u luck too!

Jimbo
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gappleby Premium
Good stuff, my friend.

Every one of us has a unique purpose, a reason why we are on this earth. Finding and fulfilling that Higher Purpose is the key to joy and happiness.

In addition to that Higher Purpose, we each have individual dreams, interests and desires that, together with our Higher Purpose, make up our Ideal Life. Those dreams and toys may include travel, a house on the water, a pair of jet skiis, zero debt. Whatever they are, they are part of the vision of your specific Ideal Life.

You're starting your mentee in a good place, Leo. What I used to do was help my people clearly identify their Ideal Life (Purpose, Passions, Tools, Toys, Security, etc.), then quantify what that life would cost in terms of passive income.

The next step was to put a deadline on achieving that figure. This is crucial. Nothing happens on time without a deadline. In fact, almost nothing happens AT ALL without a deadline. Not only did the deadline (I called my concept "Free in Five") put the pressure on, it also took the pressure off. As one guy said "Heck, I can do ANYTHING for 60 months if I know by doing so, I'll never have to work again as long as I live AND I will achieve my Ideal Life.

Finally, we led our members to create their own plan to get there.

I'm not a big Woo-Woo guy, at all. But I find that identifying the Ideal Life you created your business to achieve, quantifying it, deadlining it, and creating an actual plan to be extremely powerful. So are Vision Boards, tracking and accountability, but only with a plan and a deadline. Otherwise, they're just dreams.

In the beginning, The actual numbers are guesses and will likely change, as will the toys, and even the plan itself. That's OK. That's called evaluation and feedback. But this process created multimillionaires in a few years, not a lifetime.

I'm retired now. No product to push. Just a genuine desire to emphasize how right Leo is. It all starts - and ends - with a compelling, uniquely yours, Reason Why.

Good Luck to all,

Gordon
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DaveSw Premium
Excellent layout Gordon.... Thanks much for sharing! Dave. :)
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HappyRaven Premium
Leo, you always have such strong and compelling blogs. My compelling reason is so that my sister and myself can finally have a secure income and won't have to worry about the bills and the inevitable emergencies that every life comes up against. It is a strong reason that was built by a lifetime of need. I really enjoy what you have to say.
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leoemery Premium
Fantastic "why" - now make sure you print that out and put it where you can see and read it everyday.
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Judy-B Premium
Have written some things down and will put them where I can see them. Your last two posts have been encouraging and I appreciate the time you took to write them. Best wishes, Leo. :)
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome and best wishes to you as well
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petegooch Premium
Thanks Leo, Much needed !
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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KeithJames Premium
Thank you Leo! It is a very valuable and strong point for my direction in WA, it is also the strength of our actions in our determination to succeed. To come up against obstacles and stumbling-blocks will only make us stronger if our "Whys" are rock solid and stronger.
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leoemery Premium
Spot on, our why's are our anchors
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KatieMac Premium
Will put this into practice make sense to take these steps appreciate the guidance thank you
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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gentak Premium
Hi, thank you for this post Leo.Very timely--I agree with Johnie M it's nothing new but you put it together in such a way that it made more sense...keep on believing!
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leoemery Premium
I'm glad you like it, thanks
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Johniem Premium
Thank you for this nugget of knowledge.... it's nothing I haven't heard before. But I know understand why It's so important.... maybe even more so for someone like me.
I care for my Mother, and I have Multiple Sclerosis.
I know you said 10 reasons... here's my biggest reason is my Mom is 88 years old and she's in a wheelchair and still bugs me about camping!
I want to give her the happiest life possible..

I'm not only posted my 10 reasons where I can see them. But one reason on a blue index card in darker blue ink (blue is suppose to get deeper into your subconscious) and taped them on the bathroom mirror, by the coffee maker next to the TV (I'm now watching way less TV).
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leoemery Premium
Yeah it's not new, but it's something I feel we should all be reminded of from time to time, it's easy to slip back into those bad habits that pull us away from the things we want.
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EKautz Premium
Thank you for the tools and momentum Leo!

I am a firm believer in self talk and "real" goals and have used them for decades so they have become part of my DNA.

ROCK ON!
E
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome. Self talk is everything, in fact I just blogged about self talk
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EKautz Premium
Cool man, I'll check this out now! Thanks again Leo!!

E
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TheGrizzly Premium
Perhaps the best WA post I have ever read!

I totally felt that everything you had to say meant complete sense. Having compelling whys, is more powerful than materialistic goals.

When it all comes down to it everything we do and achieve in our live is a result of what, and how we think. Having these whys, and writing them out "old school," is a solid idea. I'll have to incorporate that practice into my self talk.

Thanks for a rock solid post. This is must read for everyone who wishes to maintain momentum and roll with the punches.

-Evan
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leoemery Premium
Thank Evan, good timing I just blogged about self talk, which sounds like you're very familiar with.
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Googlmans Premium
Thank you Leo!
Very inspiring and true. I started working on this online business thing around same time my spouse started with an mlm, ~1.5 mths now.

We both work full time, and our main goal is to be financial independent, not having to work for the suits, sort of speak.

We did sit down together this weekend to right down some goals, but now looking at it, you are right they are not deep enough to hold anchor when those negative winds start blowing in.

I am going to sit down with this evening, I'll have us each put down 10 new reasons why, will be interesting to see the outcome.

Will keep you posted.

Cheers
Paul
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leoemery Premium
I look forward to hearing what your whys are
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dstaple1490 Premium
Hi Leo, Goal setting and specifics to include why is so powerful. When the wind blows you have to have something bigger then you to grab onto. Thanks for the discussion. Dave.
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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EFors Premium
Thanks, leoemery, I do know it is critical to have powerful whys. That it has to be grounded in something that is important to me.
I think that no matter what I am doing there come times when I ask myself, why am I doing this? It is more important to know when I have decided to reach a goal of mine.
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leoemery Premium
Everyone's whys will be different, just make them very powerful
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Harrysastar2 Premium
Hi Leo, thanks, food for thought.
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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blubutterfly Premium
Thank you Leo :)
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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LargoDi Premium
What an extremely helpful and inspiring post. Everything you have said is right on. When our "whys" are for reasons outside ourselves, I believe it gives us the motivation to keep pushing on, even when we feel we don't have any push left! These are the types of posts that truly make the WA community so valuable. Thanks and all the very best to you, Leo ! Diana
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome and all the best to you as well
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Mike-Writes Premium
Thanks for the great advice, Leo.
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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rossky Premium
What was that I have just experienced? I know there is déjà vu and I know when I experience it. Then, there is the opposite of it -- which is called jamais vu -- that I experience seldom but still recognize what happens. I had a moment now, thinking hard about something with inquires flooding my mind when suddenly I look at the clock, it's 4:04 PM, and all I see is "404 or Not Found" error message.
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MarionBlack Premium
Oh dear! You speak fluent geek. There's no going back now.
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rossky Premium
Thank you for the compliment, Marion! :-)
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gmegs Premium
Excellent post!
... I remind myself repeatedly!

I WILL NEVER EVER GIVE UP or GIVE IN!
It may take me longer because of my time limitations, but I WILL GET THERE!

... and Leo, it will be in part because of you and other "special" people I have met here on WA.

Remember everyone - to BELIEVE IN YOURSELF - without that, nothing will be possible!
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janourish Premium
Great advice Leo. I especially like the why am I doing this question and my purpose for being here on the planet. That is a biggie.
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leoemery Premium
Thanks, yep that's a biggie alright - most people never ask themselves that question.
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janourish Premium
You know, that is true I have found. I am a spiritual leader in a new thought group. What I have found is that they don't ask that until they suffer a great deal. Suffering is a blessing in that regard, if people learn from their karma. Ironic but true.
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AlexEvans Premium
Leo that was an epic post. Such very good advice, we all have those days when Mr double doubt comes for a visit. We don't won't to be friends with him. My pen is I poised and I am thinking, thanks for sharing this with us.
Alexander
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome.

And that little bugger rears it's head all the time, best to be prepared when it does.
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CherylK Premium
Thanks, Leo...I needed this!
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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2Al Premium
Leo, great advice, Thank you for sharing.
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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Gaeld Premium
great post Leo!!! Thank you!
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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Ken-Pringle Premium
Awesome Leo, ones why is so very important.
It has kept me in this profession for many years.
I love every minute of my time doing what I do.
I am thankful on many days for having a strong "WHY"
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leoemery Premium
Oh you and me both, there has been plenty of times that if not for my whys I would not be where I am today.
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Bart87 Premium
I just want to break free, like Eddie Mercury. Life is supposed to be fun, after all.
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leoemery Premium
Yep, if you're not having fun doing what you're doing then what's the point of doing it.
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Bart87 Premium
Exactly, Leo.
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rufat Premium
Great post Leo! I've been working for two years now and finally started making money. My two main motivations: 1. Family 2. To be financially independent.
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leoemery Premium
Family is always a powerful why. And I know for a fact you're going to reach your goals, I see no quit in you.
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roamy Premium
Thanks Leo, surprisingly l have just 1 main why and a 2,3 or 4th that all connect with my first why.
lm desperate to immigrate, that`s my why.And if it`s going to take me 2,3 years more to reach my goal, I'm ready and not giving up.
Cheers Roamy
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leoemery Premium
That's a very powerful why - holding onto that will get you where you want to go, here online and to immigrate.
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dickw Premium
Hi Leo,
I don't think it could possibly be said any better. Even had a touch of the Socratic method. You are a hell of a teacher and I suspect that that is at least one of the reasons you are here on this little spinning rock.
You nailed it.....the why is everything. It is the prime driver that keeps the motor running. All else is secondary.
Going back for a reread. Thank you.....Dick
Happy Thanks giving
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leoemery Premium
You're very welcome and thank you for the kind words. I'm in Canada so we have had our turkey day. Enjoy your thanksgiving
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WilliamII Premium
Great stuff Leo! Thanks for the encouragement and the motivation.
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hbomb1 Premium
The work has just began.. I'm all in... thanks Bruce..
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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DaveSw Premium
For me the "Why" is the root of the rest of the questions that guide my path in business and life...Who, What, When, Where, and How...

All can be addressed and actioned once you have the why! I have used this planning strategy since a young lad and it has never failed me...

There have been failures, but overall these have lead to far greater successes, because the "Why" did not change....

Cheers and thanks Leo, good subject to induce some critical thinking in us all, never a bad thing!

Dave : )
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leoemery Premium
Thanks for the comment Dave, once you have your powerful whys, you're unstoppable
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ShaneMagner Premium
Well put. The why should always be the center and everything else should rotate around it.
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leoemery Premium
Exactly, it is the root, the foundation if you will
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ConeyM Premium
Hmm..another blog of wisdom...way to go, Leo.
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leoemery Premium
Thank you
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Loes Premium
I am here to create and income when I am retired, I don't have an additional pension
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leoemery Premium
That's a powerful why
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JudeP Premium
Powerful stuff - thank you :)
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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SaulGold Premium
Great motivation. Good way to set goals that are truly meaningful and important. Thanks, Saul
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leoemery Premium
You're welcome
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AmMovingOn Premium
I like almost everything that comes from you.

You truelly make life a reality and not a drama.
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leoemery Premium
Well at least it sounds like you like most of my stuff, don't expect anyone to like everything, and thank you for commenting.

I have ZERO drama in my life, simply because I don't allow it
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Marcus1978 Premium
I'm doing this because:
- I'm bad at having a normal job.
- It matches my skills.
- I enjoy working on my own.
- I know I can succeed at this eventually.
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leoemery Premium
Great whys Marcus, and you know after our PM I will and always have believed in you
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Marcus1978 Premium
Thank you.
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hbomb1 Premium
Great stuff, work your plan and plan your work, have a why that makes you cry in 2016
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leoemery Premium
I like that, your whys should make you cry, now that's power!!
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