Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs ranks self-actualization (another name for true fulfillment) at the peak of human desires. And I am inclined to agree with Mr. Maslow. True fulfillment and contentment are two goals that should cap all our achievements. For without them, the question should logically arise: to what end were all those struggles? See what Tony Robbins Says About Reaching Your Goals.

As it is, true fulfillment is one objective everyone yearns to have in their life. But very few people end up having it. What is the secret? There are no secrets at all—just truths, universal truths and principles that surround us.

They only appear hidden from us because they are things a person can only see when one is ready to see them. The law is oh so simple, which is one reason many people overlook it.

The “secret” to having true fulfillment and contentment lies with following the things YOU really believe in and taking actions everyday to make your vision come true. Bear in mind that the emphasis is not so much on the dream itself as it is on what it means to you.

Because there isn’t only one way to self-fulfillment. What brings one person immense joy and deep satisfaction may not mean a thing to another person. And therein lays the problem: many people look for contentment and personal fulfillment with the prism that belongs to someone else! No, it ought to be idiosyncratic—unique to each individual.

So the first task before each of us, really, is to identify what it is that is most important to us. What are those goals that their attainment will ultimately give you the most happiness and ultimate fulfillment in your life? In truth, this is not too difficult to identify.

In our sub-conscious mind, there’s always one central thing we all yearn to be or to do. There’s always a thought deep down somewhere in our mind of where we want to be or what we want to be.

But what happens is that in the rush to meet unending commitments and deadlines on a daily basis, most persons spend little or no time at all focusing on the things that are truly meaningful to them.

At the end of the day, when many achieve the common goal that most persons are pursuing—higher education, good job, big cars, big houses, and maybe even lots of money— they discover that there’s still an emptiness inside. The happiness and contentment they craved still elude them.

True fulfillment and contentment will only come when a person pursues and achieves what matters most to them—and they are achievable.

So really, as far as contentment and fulfillment are concerned, the major challenge facing each person is to clearly identify what dreams or goals they wish to achieve.

The more we focus our powerful thoughts on our goals and dreams, the closer we get to realizing them. On the other hand, each day spent not following your dreams and goals only serves to take you further away from ultimate happiness.

In the end, the process isn’t really complicated, or is it? The major thing to bear in mind is that you have the right to choose exactly what you want out of life. And in making this decision, do not be guided by what everyone else is chasing.

Most people are chasing shadows, and that’s why most people are not happy. Join the few who have identified what is important to them. Follow your innermost thoughts. Then rest assured that true fulfillment and contentment is within your reach.

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