What you do matters. But why you do what you do matters a whole lot more. That’s because your why is a matter of your heart, soul, character, motivation and relationship with God. If you’re concerned mostly about you, this will shape what you do. If you’re consumed with unresolved anger, this will control your actions. But if you’re doing everything you can to live in the gift of God’s grace, this will transform every single thing you do. The bottom line? Spend time working on your why and you’ll be a lot happier with what you do.