Tag Archives: purpose

Share Your Gift

  
Dear Leader,

You have a unique talent that you are very good at and love to do. Your talent is unique because everyone can’t do it. Your talent is your gift and there are millions of people around the world that would love to see you express your creative talent with them. Give your creative talent to as many people as you can, they will definitely appreciate it. Your art is a gift and giving that art to people that will benefit from it is its purpose. 

How can you use your creative talent to help someone today? When that idea comes to you, follow through. Not only will it make the other person happy, but you will also feel fulfilled. Dreaming big comes from within. No limitations. 

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

Eyes On The Prize

  

Dear Leader, 

Keep your eyes on the prize. It’s easy to get distracted or complacent in our generation because of so many variables, but you can’t allow that to blur your focus. Zone in on one definite major goal and prepare yourself to accomplish it. The more you think about it, the more you’ll have a desire for accomplishing it. Tunnel vision, young Leader, tunnel vision…. No limitations. 

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

Turn Down For What?!?!?!?!

  

Dear Leader,

Turn up for your dreams. 

I’m sure the phrase “Turn Up” has become one of the most used phrases of our generation, but today let’s give new meaning to the popular saying. 

It’s time to get excited about the things you want to accomplish in life. Your dreams deserve the enthusiasm that you truly have for them. Express your passion for achieving your dreams through your efforts. If you’ve ever had a feeling like you could do more, go harder, reach higher, or strive further, it’s time to turn it up a notch. Your future self will thank you for this. Today, at this very moment, and every day after…. TURN UP FOR YOUR DREAMS!!!! 

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

Be Definite. 

Dear Leader:
Having a definite or specific goal or dream in mind makes achieving it so much more direct and purpose driven. The journey of chasing dreams is also fun, but you have to have a destination in mind. Where are you going? Where do you want to be 5 years, 3 years, 1 year from now? What about 6 months from now? Or tomorrow? If you go there in your mind, you will go there in your body. I believe that.
To keep your mind goal driven, think about where you see yourself, the ultimate version of yourself. You will begin to think of more ways to improve your efforts in chasing your dream. I hope this helps you. Dream Big, no limitations.
Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff