Vince Imbat

Purpose separates action from non-action

Apr 28, 2022

An end state does not have to satisfy a purpose for an action to occur. The most important part of an action is the articulation of purpose. Without articulating one’s purpose before an action (Purpose is articulated before an action or a project is performed), the behaviour is not purposeful. As long as you have a conscious intention, then you acted, whether you succeeded or not. If you fail, you review what happened and learn from it.

This process is automatic. It is simply a description of what the brain does.

An example of an action is “throwing a dart.”

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