Why are values important in our life?
Our values are important because they help us to grow and develop. They help us to create the future we want to experience. Every individual and every organization is involved in making hundreds of decisions every day. That purpose is the satisfaction of our individual or collective (organizational) needs.
Who said it the journey not the destination that matters?
author Ralph Waldo Emerson
Who said the journey is more important than the destination?
What is more important journey or destination or company?
We need to enjoy the company more than the journey and the destination. If we learn to enjoy the company and learn from all people around us , our life may be more enriched and fulfilling. We may have more people to be grateful to and learn from.
What is the meaning of life is a journey not a destination?
Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote: „life is a JOURNEY, not a destination“. „Life is a JOURNEY, not a destination“ can be interpreted as a healthy balance between doing and being, between planning and letting go, between producing results and going through the required processes.
How do you enjoy journey not the destination?
Here are some ways to be satisfied-happy, even-with how things are unfolding:
- Show gratitude. Find something every single day that you’re thankful for.
- Be committed. Set your goals and stick with them.
- Cherish your friends.
- Keep on learning.
- Don’t multitask.
- Balance your life.
- Make family first.
- Take time to travel.
Why is Odysseus journey important?
The whole reason why it takes Odysseus so long to reach home is that Odysseus needs an epic challenge to prove that he is an epic hero. The crew being disloyal on the island of Helios shows Odysseus as the epic hero. On the island of Helios, Odysseus warns his crew and tells them not to eat Apollo’s cattle.
What does enjoy the journey mean?
When passion and purpose point in the same direction, it means you fall in love with the path of service. You love what you do, and it also contributes positively to the world.
Which is more important the journey or the destination?
“Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.” As the late famed tennis player Arthur Ashe once said, “Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.”