A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on goals, life, and direction

My suggestion is that we should have a sense of direction and let life unfold naturally, rather than trying to force it down a particular path, which is what we typically try to do. This will allow you to have a much more experiential view of life, allowing life to come to you. You will meander and weave, and change direction as you find the things you're really passionate about.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: Tom Peters: Cool Friends Interview: Steve Shapiro:

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A Quote by Stephen Shapiro on goals, success, and direction

I do say there's a difference between being goal-free and goal-less. I'm definitely not an advocate of being goal-less, which is being lost and directionless, and sitting on your butt eating bon-bons, watching Jerry Springer. To me, goal-free is moving forward through life with purpose and passion, but not knowing how it's going to turn out. And not caring how it turns out, I guess, is probably even more important.

Stephen Shapiro

Source: Tom Peters: Cool Friends Interview: Steve Shapiro:

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A Quote by Lao-Tzu on goodwill, direction, one, and whole

When you extend your goodwill in every direction, regardless of circumstances, you begin to see that we are all one. 


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A Quote by Casey Combden on direction, purpose, help, people, posessions, path, and give

It isn't about what I have, it's about where I'm going - it's about the people I'm trying to help get there.

Casey Combden

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A Quote by Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill on hope, direction, change, and strength

Kites rise highest against the wind-not with it.

Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965)

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A Quote by unknown on direction, choices, and career

Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"


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A Quote by Richard Adams on time, weather, direction, travel, creatures, and rabbits

One watch succeeded another through the day, though how the rabbits judged the passing of the time is something that civilized human beings have lost the power to feel. Creatures that have neither clocks nor books are alive to all manner of knowledge about time and the weather; and about direction too, as we know from their extraordinary migratory and homing journeys. The changes in the warmth and dampness of the soil, the falling of the sunlight patches, the altering movement of the beans in the light wind, the direction and strength of the air currents along the ground - all these were perceived by the rabbit awake.

Richard Adams

Source: Watership Down, Pages: 55.56

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A Quote by Tama J. Kieves on love, journey, direction, synergy, and flow

Love does not call us to the dance only to deny us chances .  There is consistency in this journey.  As in the beginning, so shall it be in the middle and the end.  Love does not tempt us to leave what we know, only to leave us without direction, resources, synergy and flow.

Tama Kieves

Source: This Time I Dance! Trusting the Journey of Creating the Work You Love: How One Harvard Lawyer Left It All to Have It All!, Pages: 195

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