Saturday, August 4, 2012


-- Purpose in Life --

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Written by: Shia Laurence, who enjoys writing about motivated and goal oriented lifestyles. He is a contributing author at

The Importance of Believing in Your Own Purposes and Beliefs

 There is nothing as important as believing in yourself. If you do not, then who will? You need to believe in your own goals and beliefs before anyone else will too. The following list represents why you need to believe in your own purposes and beliefs.

1) Dogma is Everything

If you do not believe in the basic dogma of your purpose or beliefs, then you can expect anyone else to believe them either. You need to have a firm grasp of what makes your beliefs so important. If not, then you risk losing the basic principles. Also, you may not be able to defend your beliefs at important moments if you do not have a basic understanding of them. Faith is great; however, it also comes with some responsibility. You need to be educated on the basic principles of your belief system before you start sharing them with other people.

2) Being a Leader

Whenever you see a charismatic leader, they always seem to possess something that no one else has. In short, they possess the ability to believe in themselves and their purpose. They have the drive and will power to show others what they stand for no matter what the cost. The best leaders have been people who were not afraid to take risks, and stand up for what they believe in. If you aspire to be a person like this, then you you need to believe in yourself. Your confidence will shine through as a beacon for others to believe in you too.

3) Inspiration for Others

You may wondering if there is a difference between leadership and inspiration. In truth, these two terms are very different. Leadership requires you to believe in yourself. It also takes a special person to lead others. However, inspiration does not mean being a leader. If you do not aspire to lead, you can still provide inspiration for people with your belief system. If you believe in your purpose, people will take note. It will become a part of you of who you are. It is hard not to notice someone when they are sure of themselves. You will provide the inspiration for others to believe in themselves too.

4) Your Purpose is You

Everyone has a purpose. Your own personal purpose is unique to your goals and talents. You need to believe in them in order to accomplish anything. If you do not, then you risk loosing everything you worked hard for in life. You need to trust in your ability to do something. In the end, that is all you rely on when it comes to fulfilling your life goals.

In conclusion, you can see why it is so important for you to believe in your purposes, beliefs, and goals. You need the confidence in your ability to do anything to actually accomplish something. As long as you keep your head and heart held high, nothing can stop you.

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