If you’ve read Outwitting the Devil you know that one of the ways to avoid drifting is to be definite of purpose. This means to have a goal and purpose in life, to stay strong on that path no matter what obstacles, fears or trials you encounter along the way. It means to not be distracted by all the little things that try to derail you from the path on a day to day basis.One of the best things you can do for your children is to help them be definite of purpose. Most of our children still don’t know what they want to do with their lives. They’re in a trial and experimental portion of their lives – and that’s ok! How many of us can actually say we are doing exactly what we thought we imagined we would be at 5, 10 or 15 years old? What you can help them do is support their decisions when they do make them, and to help them find ways to make them possible. Instill them with a positive attitude. Show them that, yes, they can do anything they set their minds to. Help them get back on track when they stray from their goals. Be helping them be definite of purpose you will give them a gift that will help them lead richer, fuller lives.