No matter where you are in life, The Art of Why is a manual for mastering your purpose. Whether you are fresh out of college, a seasoned entrepreneur, or on the verge of retirement; it is never too late to start honing your craft. The Art of Why provides the map for you to take action and become a pro at doing what you are meant to do.
Everyday I see people who are where I used to be. They wander through life with no clear direction on where they are going.
Everything I do is propelled by my WHY. It's the only way you can really live.
It wasn't until I worked the steps in the book that I was able to find my WHY and master it. If you can relate to those feelings of wandering through life, get a copy of the book and learn about my journey to success and how you can do find the same.
The Art of Why
Imagine traveling from New York to Los Angeles. You have no mode of transportation, no maps, and no GPS. You just know the general direction you need to travel is west. So you set out on foot to begin the journey. How long would it take you to walk to California? Would you make it? What obstacles would you face? Would you give up along the way?
It would be foolish to attempt the journey without the appropriate tools and a plan. Realistically, it would take months to walk the distance. Odds are you probably wouldn’t make it.
When we want to travel from Point A to Point B, we map out the journey ahead of time. We book a flight. We make reservations at a hotel. We plan for the weather by checking what the temperature will be on the dates we are in town.
If we travel by car, we use GPS to give us turn-by-turn directions or we have a map to follow. We pack basic necessities like toiletries, clothes, shoes, and an umbrella in case of rain. We check out restaurants in the area for where we may want to eat. We buy tickets for shows or museums we might want to visit. Some people plan every detail of a trip. How crazy is it that we invest this much time in planning a one-week vacation but we don’t take any time to plan our lives?
I’ve learned the hard way that operating without a plan is like walking from New York to Los Angeles without a map.