“When you stay on purpose and refuse to be discouraged by fear, you align with the infinite self, in which all possibilities exist.’ Wayne Dyer
Living your purpose can seem like an overwhelming task, but it is just about finding out what makes you happy. Finding your purpose will be a constant search until you find it. Spend time looking within yourself to find your why. See what activities or idea fit with who you are. Explore multiple possibilities until you find the why that resonates with you.
“Once you find your why, you will be able to find your way. Your why is your purpose and your way is your path. When you find your why your path automatically has purpose.” John Maxwell
Investigate your passions and ideas in life.
What do you cry about?
What do you sing about?
What do you dream about?
Knowing your why allows you to focus more on others than yourself. When you live out your why you become more confident, and confidence is attractive to others. The more you live your way the more you start to layer it and your why strengthens. The snowball effect begins to take place. The more your confidence strengths the bigger impact it has on others.
Spiritual health is practiced in multiple ways and extends beyond the material value of things. Spiritual health creates a sense of belonging to something greater than physical or personal existence. This sense of belonging to something greater can be your why.
There is a connection between talent and purpose. If you have a talent or a strength, this can turn into your why and your purpose. Think about if diving deeper into the talent will bring you and others happiness.
Act now by listing some of your strengths and identifying how you can utilize these strengths. Over next week keep these strengths at the top of your mind with everything you do.
Remember how great you are… seek, find and live your purpose!
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