It is sad that people spend more time planning their vacation or weddings than they do planning their life.  The goal in this self-improvement course is to get you to think, ponder, reflect and analyze where you are and where you want to be in life.  Look at this as your personal “self audit.”  Realize the big picture it is not all about you, but it is also about helping others.  Learn. Do. Teach.   Share this website with your family and friends.

This is not a passive course.  This is an active immersion program. To get the most out of it you must document your thoughts, feelings and beliefs.   I used Google Forms for this website.  Your responses will be sent right back to you in an email.  

Without a purpose in life, it’s easy to get sidetracked on your life’s journey. It’s easy to wander and drift, accomplishing little. But with having a purpose, everything in life seems to fall into place. To have purpose means you’re doing what you love to do, doing what you’re good at and accomplishing what’s important to you. When you follow your purpose, the people, resources and opportunities you need naturally gravitate toward you. With a life purpose—carefully developed and clearly stated—you suddenly have a basis for making all your major life decisions.  Not only will thinking about and pursuing your life purpose get you to where you want to be, it will make the journey more enjoyable!

But how does purpose differ from goals or action plans?

Purpose is the “why” — the reason you create the goals you create and pursue the activities you do. It’s the reason you strive to achieve the results you’re looking for.

Goals are merely the “what” you’ll accomplish and action plans are simply the “how” you’ll accomplish those goals. Without purpose as the compass, goals and action plans are meaningless.

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To your success!

Cordell Davenport

How To Be On The Hunt For The Person You Have Yet To Become