Archive for the ‘Purpose’ Category

Your life is precious. For that reason, you shouldn’t waste it in mediocrity. Instead, you should live your life to the fullest. But how? I don’t claim to have all the answers, but, from what I have learned, here are two steps to living life to the fullest:

Categories: Attitude, Purpose

How Has Your Year Been?

Posted by Donald Latumahina 12 Comments

We are now at the end of March, which means that a quarter has passed in 2015. So I think it’s a good time to reflect on how your year has been: Has it been a good year so far? Have you achieved some of your goals? Are you on track to achieve your other  [ Read More ]

Categories: Purpose, Working

5 Ways to Invest in Your Future

Posted by Donald Latumahina 10 Comments

Last week I wrote about how you should live by design and not by default. Living by design helps you live your life to the fullest. Living by default, on the other hand, is a sure way to mediocrity. Now I’d like to discuss an aspect of living by design, which is investing in your  [ Read More ]

Do You Live by Design or by Default?

Posted by Donald Latumahina 2 Comments

You are going to go through life either by design or by default. ~ Rick Warren How do you live your life? Do you live by design or by default? Living by design means living according to a plan in order to achieve your purpose in life. Living by default, on the other hand, means  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Purpose

Does the way you use your time match your priorities? It’s a simple question, but it’s essential. Many people say that something is important to them, but the way they use their time says otherwise. There is a mismatch between their time allocation and their priorities. I was reminded of it when I read Extreme  [ Read More ]

A while back I wrote an article about grit. Grit is defined as “perseverance and passion for long-term goals,” and it’s a common trait amongst great people. Read their biographies and you will see that they all have grit. From the definition, you can see that an essential component of grit is having long-term goals.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Purpose, Working

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