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It would serve us all to do as William B. Irvine suggests in his book “A Guide to the Good Life” and that is have an ultimate goal for living.  Very similar to having a mission statement as all successful businesses have and as Stephen Covey suggested for “highly effectively people”.  In this way, we would be living an intentional life, because even our small daily decisions will line up with our ultimate goal for living.  We would become more proactive than reactive in our lives, and not be tossed about by the circumstances of life.  Having an ultimate goal for the life we are living radiating in the deepest part of our being is instrumental in ensuring we are indeed living our best life.  

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