Help With Your 'Why'
Welcome to day two of you,
help with your 'Why'.
"The purpose of life is to discover your gift.
The work of life is to develop it.
The meaning of life is to give it away.
Dr. David Viscott
What is the most important thing in life to you?
Where do you feel like you are helping people?
What do you not get bored with?
Warren Buffett's 5/25 Rule
1. Make a list of the top 25 things you want to do in life. 2. Now do the top 5. 3. Never ever think about the other 20 again.
The things that excite you
are not random.
They are connected with your 'Why'.
In deiterLine your 'Whys' are Callings represented by stars.
Follow your stars.
"It never was about figuring out what
you wanted to be when you grew up.
It was always about embracing
and making the best of
who you already were."
Leonard Joseph, developer of deiterLine
"In such a highly developed humanity as the
present one each man by nature has access
to many talents. Everyone possesses inborn
talent, but few possess the degree of
…acquired toughness, endurance and energy
to actually become a talent,
that is to say, to become what they are."
deiterLine is here to help you.
deiterLine can be aspirational and occupational, individualized or organizational.
'Why' Examples (for starters) to articulate your 'Why'.
To + So = 'Why'
To, (your unique contribution to others) + So, (your positive impact on others) = Your 'Why'
( Find Your Why by Simon Sinek, David Mead and Peter Docker. )
Kindergarten Teacher (Fremont, CA)
To create a love of reading at an early age so there are no struggling readers in the later years.
Creative Director (Baton Rouge, LA)
To inform, empower and entertain so we may live in a more artful and enlightened world.
Elon Musk (Fremont, CA)
"Going from payPal, I thought: 'Well, what are some of the other problems that are likely to most
affect the future of humanity? Not from the perspective, What's the best way to make money?'"
Links to help with your 'Why' —
'Why' Statement Is The Key To
Staying Motivated and Focused.
by Nancy Ruffin
What Is My 'Why'? Discover It In
by Leah Bridge
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
by Saul McLeod
More on Maslow, A Five Level Pyramid
Why Discovering Your ‘Why’ is The No. 1 Business Move.
by Renee Warren
The theory of psychological types by C. G. Jung made understandable and useful in people's lives.
Who you are, what you do and what
difference you make.
Do You Know Your "Why?" 4 Questions To Find Your Purpose. by Margie Warrell
Find Your Why
by Simon Sinek, David Mead and
There Is A Sense Of Purpose Instilled In Everyone.
What Is Your 'Why'? How I Learned My Purpose. by
Just as the world needs who the Bee was made to be,
"…there is no way a bee should be able to fly.
The bee, of course, flies anyway." The Bee Movie
…the world needs who you were made to be.
breathe & press on