Guidelines of how to accomplish your Purpose in Life.

Successfully, share your dream with other people.

Connect with them in the following ways;-


What people don’t believe – they don’t buy into. Share your vision and communicate what is happening today! Communicate an understanding of the successes and also the challenges you are overcoming.   

Create a Strategy

 Share the strategy, i.e  how we can expect to move forward step-by-step  and create goals to move us forward.   Ideally, work as a team –  different tasks are delegated to individuals, the task seems more attainable and each person involved has an increased sense of personal ownership and involvement.

 Together – Everyone – Achieves – More

Share your Dream Emotionally

Can you communicate your passion!    When we work hard and are successful, we receive rewards, we get excited about them

We seek like-minded people, to partner up with us, we understand that 10% of people are Pioneers, 70% percent are Settlers and 20%  are Antagonists.

 My goal is to win over the Pioneers, to wait for the Settlers and to leave the Antagonists behind.  Which category do you fall into?  Comment on the POLL

 Share your Dream Visually

 When people understand what you are trying to do and achieve they will buy into it.

 Most people want to feel that they are part of something bigger than themselves, when a dream is truly great it benefits everyone.. You need to help them connect with the opportunities for achieving personal growth, finding fulfillment and increasing their self-esteem.

 Communicate the reasons you chose to do what you did and what price or sacrifices you were willing to make to make sure you will achieve your dream..

 Live the dream, practice integrity and then you achieve a degree of success, the results will speak for themselves and people that have the same mindset will take ownership of it and join you.





3 thoughts on “Guidelines of how to accomplish your Purpose in Life.

  1. I think there is room for moderation in the interpretation of antagonist in the above piece. I found this blog whilst I was trying to find the source of the original observation regarding the stated proportions of pioneers, antagonists, and settlers. Speaking as a self-diagnosed antagonist, unless one is exceptional, one won’t get pioneers to follow ones-self – pioneers are doing their thing, modelling others’ successes as they see them and imitating greatness, but they are not ‘following’ per se. Settlers; well, they’re too familiar with the comfort zone, perhaps not really appreciating the war between fear and can-do faith that is fought over even the smallest of decisions. The antagonist however doesn’t fit in either camp; they have insecurities about being great and pioneering on their own (the reluctant leader type), but they know they’re not a blind follower and they’re sure as hell not a settler. The antagonist has a lot to offer. They are prophetic types, with deep intuition and understand how things work – they are not ‘Yes men’, but can constructively help organised systems move forward as sub-optimised elements of the system are improved. One of the best examples of employment of the antagonist type is Obama asking the competition to help him out once he came to Presidency, which I believe as a principle was based on Lincoln’s observations. Modelling greatness; every should do it.

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