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What Do You Want To Be Remembered For?

Posted by Jason On November 22nd

You must have long term goals to keep you from being frustrated by short term failures. ~Charles C. Noble~

Purpose– The object toward which one strives or for which something exists.

I hope you enjoy this week’s blog post on “What do you want to be remembered for?”  I cannot take credit for this post; I contacted the author directly and asked if I could re-post this great message…. Thank you Kelly for your great insight 🙂

Have you ever asked yourself; how do I want to be remembered? What do I want to be remembered for? What can I do daily, weekly, yearly to achieve my ultimate goal?

Goal setting and working toward your ultimate desire is easy to forget. Stress can cloud our decisions and make us live a life with no purpose. It is important to take time out, many times a day to focus on your goals.

 Stress Release Reminders last step in the calming technique is to finish with the thought of your goal. This keeps you grounded to what you want out of life and reminds you to let go of the insignificant stress of every day living.  This is why the Stress Release Reminders technique is so effective.

It can be difficult deciding what you want out of life. Many people automatically think of monetary achievements.  Which can be very nice and make life simpler, but can money buy happiness? This is a great question to ask yourself. What would you do if you had extra cash laying around? How would you spend it? Would it make you happy?

Have you ever asked yourself; How do I want to be remembered? What do I want to be remembered for? What can I do daily, weekly, yearly to achieve my ultimate goal?

Goal setting and working toward your ultimate desire is easy to forget. Stress can cloud our decisions and make us live a life with no purpose. It is important to take time out, many times a day to focus on your goals.  Stress Release Reminders last step in the calming technique is to finish with the thought of your goal. This keeps you grounded to what you want out of life and reminds you to let go of the insignificant stress of everyday living.  This is why the Stress Release Reminders technique is so effective.

It can be difficult deciding what you want out of life. Many people automatically think of monetary achievements.  Which can be very nice and make life simpler, but can money buy happiness? This is a great question to ask yourself. What would you do if you had extra cash lying around? How would you spend it? Would it make you happy?

The simplest way for me to explain your ultimate goal is to look at the story Peter Pan. Peter wanted desperately to be able to fly. In order for him to do so, he had to think of his happiest thought. He tried many times and had no luck with the shallow superficial answers. Once he dug deep, he was able to fly. What would make you fly? This is your goal. Now, living to keep this thought in your daily living, is what will keep you satisfied, and on track.

Contact information about the author;

Kelly Evers

Kelly@stressreleasereminders.com

www.StressReleaseReminders.com

1 Response

  1. The Never Fairy Says:

    Actually, that’s not how/why Peter Pan learned to fly at all. That’s just something that he does to teach others – but one cannot fly without fairy dust. Peter Pan could fly automatically on his own at first in his origin story…

    Check out the original stories 🙂
    and these two books as well –
    A story based on Barrie’s own idea for more:
    Click!
    And a great ‘What if?’ adventure (but it’s not for the kids!): Click!
    BELIEVE!

    Posted on November 22nd, 2010 at 3:16 pm