In sports, they say that winning fixes everything. Is there an equivalent for life? I believe it’s purpose— having a strong “why” for doing what you do. In Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor Frankl writes about his ability to find purpose through unimaginable suffering (while in a Holocaust concentration camp). The one thing the Nazis couldn’t take from him? His attitude and ability to find purpose—like helping out his fellow prisoners.
No matter what you’re going through, or the difficulty of the task ahead, start with purpose, and you’ll discover mighty reserves of fortitude. My purpose: to teach people the power of life systems, so they can unlock their full potential and experience greater levels of wealth, health, and free time.
Source: Ben Meer