Purpose is Determination to Achieve Goals

Wow, the last Monday in January! Today’s Ultimate Blog Challenge writing prompt is to discuss determination. So I thought I’d snag a post I wrote as part of a series I shared awhile back about Preventing Procrastination, Prizing Prioritizing, and Pursuing Purpose. (You can catch the review and links to the entire series HERE).


This post is about:


**Purpose: The feeling of being determined

to do or achieve something.**



I think this quote is timely and relevant. If we backtrack to my past posts on tearing down the stronghold of procrastination and tackling priorities, this quote has the same sense of aggressiveness and proactive steps toward accomplishing great things…as it says! 😉

Once we decide our purpose in life is something we are determined to achieve, we need to focus on our strengths and develop those more fully, rather than getting hung up on our weaknesses and failures. Once we overcome obstacles, we can continue moving forward in that pursuit.



 “We often work so hard

on trying to overcome our weaknesses,

that we never develop our strengths.”

~~Joyce Meyer


So we have to back up our feelings of determination by actively moving forward to do whatever we need to do in order to reach our goals and fulfill our purpose or destiny.  All the good intentions in the world don’t matter if we don’t ACT on them.

The best day of your life is

the one on which you decide

your life is your own.

No apologies or excuses.

No one to lean on, rely on, or blame.

The gift is yours —

it is an amazing journey —

and you alone are responsible

for the quality of it.

This is the day your life really begins.

~~Bob Moawad


Everyone must choose one of two pains:

The pain of discipline or the pain of regret.”

~~Jim Rohn


When I think of things I’m determined to do or achieve, it is amazing how many of them are tied in with exactly what I’ve discussed in the previous posts about procrastinating and prioritizing. I am determined to overcome things like procrastinating, clutter, lack of confidence, and low self-esteem, and to accomplish things like achieving my Doctor of Education (EdD) degree, writing more books (have one so far and at least two more in the works!), completing more sewing and crafts projects, and promoting my K-Lee’s Kreations business more.



So What Do YOU Think?

Do you agree with  this definition of purpose? Can you relate?

What are you determined to do or achieve that is related to your purpose in life?



4 thoughts on “Purpose is Determination to Achieve Goals”
  1. I can relate to procrastinating on organizing, I just can’t seem to get things started. But once I do start, there is no stopping! However I never have this problem with my work projects, I enjoy those!
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  2. This is remarkable and perfect for my day!! Thank you and I know you will accomplish all your dreams! And then some

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