Why is it important to have a WHY?
In this episode. Roman will share with you how everything starts and ends with a why. Consider that if you start something with a why you will lose interest and give up. Why? Discover in this video.
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Roman Prokopchuk is an entrepreneur with more than 11 years of experience leading digital teams in senior leadership roles, on over 600 projects in pharma & life sciences, financial services, legal, fitness, and consumer goods.
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Why Is a Pillar Of Who You Are - TRANSCRIPT
How important you think it is for someone to have a why?
How this can impact the way they are successful or not?
I think you do need a why in terms of a kind of pointing you in the direction you want to go and if you start anything without a why you may lose interest or go in a different direction it's kind of like a pillar of who you are.
Why are you doing something? why is it important to you?
Let's say you start a podcast a lot of podcasts are historically after 10 episodes they stopped podcasting because they lose interest, they run out of ideas, they change their mind.
So it's like having a direction or having a compass the points the direction that you're heading in.
I think it's important because it points you in the direction you should go and it's something that you can constantly look back on and see as that being kind of the goal or the direction that drives you.