What is my purpose in life?
I get asked this question all the time at my live events and during interviews.
There’s often a myth that your life purpose is something that you need to figure out and find up front. That unless you are crystal clear you can’t live it.
But what if you didn’t need to know everything about your life’s purpose in order to begin?
Often when we focus so much on trying figure out all the details of our life purpose we can end up waiting and holding back our gifts.
If you want to live your purpose then stop waiting.
Simply begin by going in the direction that moves you most deeply.
Take a step.
When you take a step, each step will reveal to you the next step. In a sense your purpose will find you in the process.
You don’t need to know the entire map of where you are going to get to where you are meant to be.
You may not be able to see all the steps on the journey from where you are today. It’s OK.
But you do need to start.
Trust that you will be guided every step of the way.
So if you aren’t sure which direction to go in or what your life’s purpose is, begin by asking yourself these 4 questions:
When you don’t give your gifts, the entire world misses out on your unique expression.
What if Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr, Steve Jobs, Oprah didn’t give their gifts?
There are people around the world waiting for you. There are people around the world who need to hear your message in the way only you can share it.
So live your purpose to the best of your ability based on who you are and where you are in life right now. As you grow, how your purpose expresses will also evolve and change.
This very moment is the very purpose of your life and the opportunity to live fully what you are.
Live it fully.
P.S. If you feel ready to go to the next level in your life, reclaim your power and live your true life’s purpose, join me on a life-changing journey, www.boundlessblissbali.com. Apply if you are ready.
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