Your WHY is something that's always going to be very unique and individual to you. It might be very selfish and shallow or very deep and complex. But in either circumstance, your WHY will be what is pushing you and driving you. And honestly, will be more important that the task you are even doing in the first place. When I wrestled in college, my WHY, to be a National Champ, was because I wanted to win. I wanted my parents proud. I wanted others to see me as a great wrestler. But even as this seemed to be the pinnacle of importance at the time, when I look back at it now, the National Championship WASN'T the pinnacle. NO I didn't win. In fact I ended my senior year with a stupid injury that ended my wrestling career. And all the years of wrestling and dreaming, from 5 years old until that moment, came to a screeching halt. My WHY wasn't wrong but it wasn't very deep. When I look back at it and all the other competitions and events I have been involved with were for my new WHY: I love to test myself. I want to see what I am truly capable of. This is one of the reasons I always loved individual sports. Its you versus whoever or whatever. I also wanted to and show my kids the honor of competition. There is more honor and pride in going out and getting your ass crushed than there is to not do it and flap your mouth about how you would do, etc. There is no loss of honor in not winning. There is ALWAYS honor and pride in learning from loses and coming out stronger in the end. These are the thing that drive me. Sure I listed two, but they are both important to me. And with these as my guiding force, I will always have a driving force behind myself and if I ever question the reasons I'm doing something. Whenever I'm in doubt, I just go back to my WHY, and then there isn't a question! :)
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