We discussed our inherent need for purpose, meaning, and significance yesterday. But how do we satisfy those needs? Where do we look? And what do we look for?
First, understand: A want is a strategy to fulfill a need. The want is not the real desire but a means to reach it.
Everything we want is because we believe it will satisfy an internal need. That doesn’t mean every want is a wise or successful way to achieve it, but that’s what our wants attempt to do.
So, with that understanding, here are four primary wants that feed purpose, meaning, and significance:
These four wants connect us to some of our deepest human needs. The more we feed these wants for ourselves and others, the more fulfilled we feel.
The time is now. Do the work
Brian Kight is a multi-industry leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and behavior. He provides simple systems that produce exceptional results for organizations, teams, and people.
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