I will let you in a little secret… it changes. Usually several times over our lifetime. Your life purpose can change as your life situations change. And, because our personal identity is often so intrinsically intertwined with what we perceive as our life purpose, we see and judge ourselves by what it is we do. If we don’t know what our purpose is, it can be really uncomfortable for us. We feel lost, unproductive, like we are aimlessly spinning our wheels. This usually happens when we are in moments of transition and guess what? It’s perfectly normal. You are normal, you are just in process. Changing what you do and why you do it is perfectly fine. Sometimes we do it by choice and sometimes we do it because of life circumstances.
When I was first asked this question by my college professor “What is the purpose of your life”, I was dumbfounded. ”Uhhh, its eight o’clock Monday morning. I don’t know what I am doing for dinner tonight, let alone the purpose of my life”! Now many years later, I think to become truly successful and personally confident, it is very important to have a clearly defined concept of your current life purpose and goals, preferably written down for your own personal reference. The reason we create this in the first place is to give us a tangible way of reminding us why we are getting up in the morning, where we are headed, and what we are going to accomplish along the way. It helps keep us on track and motivated.
So, to let’s start by answering the following questions:
The one thing I enjoy doing more than anything else is _______________________________________________________________________________________________.
In fact, I enjoy ____________________________________ so much that I would do it even if I didn’t get paid. The reason I enjoy this so much is because I feel
__________________________________________________________________ when _____________________________________________________________________.
We have identified what it is that you enjoy doing so much you would do it even if you didn’t get paid. This could be your life purpose. Together we discovered why you enjoy it so much and what the emotional payoff was that you experienced. The next step is to discover who you would want to share this experience with and why it would be so positive for you both. To help you I have just release a new ebook Finding Your Purpose that walks you through each step.
Together you and I will discover what your purpose is, why you made that particular choice, and how you are going to achieve your goal. Together we are going to create a success roadmap if you will, that gives you guidance and direction on how to successfully reach your goals. Not only are we going to develop an over-all view, but we are also going to break it down into practical, bite size chunks that will help you take positive steps forward every day towards the successful realization of your dreams.
Then, we will uncover who would enjoy and benefit from the process and/or result of what you do and how that would feel for them. Together we will discover learn how we would feel knowing we were providing the results of what we enjoy doing to the group of people who would benefit the most from what we do. Finally, we will uncover your why behind your why and what you believe in. This is the driving force behind your choice to do what you do and finding your purpose.
If this sounds like what you have been looking for simply click here or on the image below and start creating your own clearly defined road-map to success. Finding Your Purpose is a simple and easy to use solution for the one problem we all face, why are we here and what are we supposed to be doing. The secret to success isn’t knowing how to do it, it’s knowing what you personally will be successful doing. Get started today!
From the time we were small children we were asked "What do you want to be when you grow up"? We may have had a clear answer at that time, but as we grow up our childhood certainty becomes foggier and ever more allusive as we travel through this journey we call life.
Why do you do what you do? If you don’t really know what your purpose is, that is okay. A lot of people are still trying to figure out just what their purpose is. What is it that they are here to do?
Alexzandra de la Iglesia