Knowing why you are doing what you are doing is important for many reasons. It will help you stay focused on the task at hand and not get distracted with other, less important things that come up. It also helps when it comes to making tough decisions or solving problems. If we don’t have a clear idea of our motivation, then we may make bad decisions without even realising it!

I am writing this blog post to help people know why they are doing what they are doing. It is important for everyone to know why they’re doing something because it gives them a sense of purpose and meaning. Knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing helps with motivation, which in turn will make the task easier. 

Knowing your “why” can also help you avoid being distracted by all the other things that might be going on in your life or work. The “whys” we have don’t change easily so if yours doesn’t seem very motivating, then try finding one that does motivate you more! I hope this helped and let me know if there’s anything else I could answer for you 🙂

Take the time to know your why. Make sure it is an intentional, meaningful and achievable goal you want to achieve. You deserve that.

Know why you are doing something or it may come back to bite you later on.

1. Knowing the “why” helps with making better decisions

-Knowing “why” helps with making better decisions because they can provide clarity in other areas of your life! Decisions and solutions become a lot more clear when we know the motivation behind them.

Knowing your goals and intentions helps you make better decisions, because it forces a clear vision of what the future should look like. When we have more specific actions planned for both near-future milestones as well as ultimate destination points in mind, then every decision seems to fit together perfectly.

2. You’re more likely to stay focused on the task

-You’re more likely to stay focused on the task at hand and not get distracted with other things (less important things, that come up) if you take a moment to know why you are doing it.

Why do we want to stay focused on the task at hand and not get distracted with other things? That’s a good question. From your own perspective, why is this important for you? If that answer doesn’t provide enough clarity then think about what it means from another person or group of people who relies heavily upon you being able to accomplish something certain in order for them too have some level of success.

One way I like doing this personally is by writing down three reasons why I am going through my inbox so quickly instead of lingering over every message before deciding whether or not there are actions required (and if they’re worth taking).

One of the most effective ways to stay focused on any task is by taking a moment and understanding why you’re doing it. When we have a solid answer for this question, there’s no way that distractions can compete with our desire to succeed in what matters most.

Sometimes when I find myself slipping off track from my main objective at hand it helps me out tremendously if I just take time out to think about why exactly am I currently working so hard? The instant gratification or reward may not always be present but focusing back into the work gives us much-needed clarity and motivation which ultimately leads us down paths where success has been more prevalent than anywhere else before.

-When decisions become difficult, knowing your motivation can provide clarity that could be lacking otherwise.

3. It provides insight into how you should prioritise certain things

-Knowing what is important also helps in decision making because it provides insight into how you should prioritize certain things.

When decisions become difficult, knowing the motivation behind them can be a great way to get some much needed clarity on the situation at hand. It’s always best to know why you are doing something before just blindly jumping right in and getting started – after all, “Knowledge isn’t power; knowledge is potential power.”

Knowing the “why” can give you clarity when decision-making becomes difficult. When you have a clear understanding of what truly drives and motivates, the next step is to make sure that those things are also motivating for others around us who were involved in our decisions as well. This will help both groups move forward with their shared vision clearly defined by mutual goals and values instead of constantly re-evaluating them on an ongoing basis because we’re not aligned from the start.

4. It provides clarity in other areas of your life!

– Knowing the “why” also helps make better decisions because they can provide clarity in other areas of your life!

Seriously, understanding why someone does what they do will automatically give you more insight into who that person is and how to relate with them better! It helps people engage, relate and work with you better. They can help you achieve your personal goal/objective and life purpose, and work out where they can be of greater help.

When it comes to getting support, we often jump into conclusion without thinking about what is really going on. It might seem like you are not receiving the appropriate amount of assistance from others around you but in reality they just don’t know your “why.” To get people behind us and help us out with our goals, instead of asking for too much or assuming that we need more than enough from them, talk to those who love and care about you- especially when things feel tough- so that they can give their time/effort towards helping make a difference!

What goes around comes around so being mindful about thinking through motivations behind every little thing that we do could go a long way for us.

In Conclusion

The most successful people in the world know why they are doing what they do. They have a vision for their lives and understand that if you don’t know your purpose, then life is just an endless string of tasks with no meaning. That can lead to depression or worse yet, burnout. Knowing your “why” will help guide all of your decisions so that you are always working towards fulfilling it. Knowing the why of normal basic tasks is also important and not just the big goals or objectives, but also the little and small daily tasks.

Knowing the “why” of things makes it easier to apply a consistent response. It also allows for faster responses when you know what needs to be done and why, which will make your daily tasks much more manageable.