I really like principles because they make it easy for me to implement positive changes into my life.
Learn your life purpose in 5 minutes + a great way to put an elevator speech together.
A lot of the stuff that I write about, I’m actually going through as well. One of the benefits of my writing is to help me clarify my thoughts, put them out into practice, and learn from the results.
Is it for money? Is it to provide for our family? Is it for power? Is it out of a sense of obligation? Is it because that’s what we were told to do? Is it because that’s what responsible people do?
“Once you find your why, you will be able to find your way.” How do those things differ? Why is your purpose. Way is your path. When you find your why, your path automatically has purpose.
In my research I’ve discovered that people with purpose are more satisfied with their lives, get more done in the areas that matter most, make a greater positive impact on the people around them, and actually live longer, healthier lives. Wouldn’t we all want some of that?
Working on purpose doesn’t need to be overly complicated. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a personal retreat, you don’t need to spend a lifetime pursuing enlightenment and you don’t need to quit your job, risk everything and follow your dream.