Many people walk through life unaware of what exactly is their true purpose. They are either struggling with or submitted to the societal noise hampering their focus and ability to master their vision. You can spend years simply going in circles with no notable advancement if you don’t decide today, who and what exactly you want you to become.
Miles Monroe said the biggest challenge with personal growth dwells in the inability of people to determine the objective of success. It’s hard to spark a revolution or disrupt an industry when you’re not sure what exactly you want to succeed in. This is a huge challenge that keeps potentially great people in perpetual mediocrity.
But how do you get out of this vicious circle? Monroe says, “if you aim at everything, you aim at nothing”. It all starts with having a grasp of the bigger picture. Knowing that amazing peak that you can attain. I am a fan of Chinese monks, for one thing, they spend years mastering a skill, only to earn the right to be called a ‘master’.
The person you are today is just a version of multiple more advanced versions of you to come. But for this to come to fruition you must identify early – right now, what you want to succeed in. It all starts with becoming decisive. This is a major step in gaining focus and mastering your vision.
Indecisiveness will make it impossible to focus and master your vision
It is often said that a rolling stone gathers no moss. You were not made to try everything, you must decide what you want to do, and decide today. Monroe spoke about people who are so indecisive, it becomes the reason why they are stuck in one job, playing the same role for years. They’ll say, ‘I’m not sure if this is the job I want to do for the long term, so I don’t want to commit too much’. This indecisiveness will guarantee that you don’t master any skill and attain any relevant milestones. Once you’ve decided what you want to do with your life, the next is to find balance.
Finding the balance to focus and master your vision
You might have a lot of interests and sometimes this impacts your ability to focus on one thing. This is one challenge a lot of people face when trying to focus and master their vision. One great way to deal with this is to set major goals. Having a key philosophy, that always puts your main goal in focus is very crucial to attaining balance in all your interests.
As Monroe rightly puts it, “balance is the maintenance of equilibrium on your way to a destination”, he says to get out of the air and put your foot on the ground. Trying to chase all your dreams at once is like having your feet in the air, it will only result in a fall. Get back on track with what matters the most for your life and destiny, it is the only way to become a master and attain your full potential. Monroe stated, “Any human that develops his gift will become a commodity.”
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