How To Connect A Project With Purpose

How will your project help something or someone outside you – your loved ones, your community, the world? Who are you thankful that you’d like to make life more wonderful for?

If your project is just for you and your self-interest you won’t be as strongly motivated. Link your work to benefiting something larger and you’ll have more energy and more reason to stick with it.

After you’ve listed different reasons, pick the big reason. Which of them are most important?

 

My Example:

I’ll reach more clients. I know how helpful I can be. *

This will add security to my family’s well-being.

I’ll reach more people who will never be clients but will help them.

Here’s a link to a form you can use to help you with this part of your change project. Directions are on the first page and the form is on the second page.

 

Explore this idea more fully in Quixote Consulting’s team building and team development activities: 

How To Complete a Project – Teams learn innovative tools to manage a project from start to finish.

40 Days to Change For Good – Don’t just manage change, lead it. Create a successful forty-day blueprint to lead a change that lasts.

How to Lead Change – Learn how to be an effective change leader and lead positive change that lasts.

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