Adventure. Ambition. Growth. Progression. All these things are associated with your “Why.” A why is the reason a person does something. It’s your motivating factor. For some it’s their purpose. Having a why is important because it should inspire, excite, and energize you.
The reason for a why is that sometimes your life does not come equipped with the capacity to fulfill you. Your job may not satisfy you; your quality of life may not satisfy you, and your associations may be uninspired. A why can be a reason to swim against the tide of mediocrity. A why is drive.