As a high achiever, you know that truly awesome, hard-won accomplishments only happen as a result of thoughtful self-reflection, planning and focused effort.

Measuring your progress is an important part of living a purposeful life. 

I started writing down my goals when I was 17, and now, I have about 100 pages in a binder. I look at it almost every single day. consistently, I review the set goals and I have successfully accomplished 95% of them over the years. 

What made this possible? 

Documentation!  

See! there is a real, affirming power in documenting dreams and keeping an inventory of successes.

I am also used to writing down my current goals and put copies of them everywhere. I mean every where like  my briefcase, my car, my bathroom, my closet, my phone, I even see them in sleep. This caused a constant renewal of my purpose. Each time I see them, and I find myself getting off track, I take them out and look at them again, realigning my focus and activities with the results I want.

This would make you live a purposeful life. 

  • 1. To start living your life on purpose, simply make a list of valuable milestones you’ve already achieved. 


  • 2. Take stock of how you’ve already lived a life of purpose, even if you didn’t realize it. Reminding yourself of past achievements can be an important nudge when you feel stuck or uninspired.


Do you know what you want to achieve, but something is blocking you from getting there? Find out how to combat your inner saboteur to accomplish your goals. Bam! Get that done and you right no track to living a purposeful life. 

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