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Top 7 Questions To Ask To Find Purpose In Your Life
Do you know what your purpose in life is? Do you want to find out
Most people are guided by that mysterious thing in our lives called "purpose." If things are going well, it's because it's supposed to be that way. If things are not going well, it's because it's a lesson we are supposed to learn, one that will get us closer to our purpose someday. We all want a purpose, yet it seems like this all-important unobtainable thing. Yet, how can we find it?
First, accept that it may be time to find your purpose in life. It may take trial and error before you get it right. Mistakes are a great way to uncover your purpose because you have the opportunity to find out what you like and don't like. After many "don't likes" and "why do I keep doing the same things over an over again" comes a time of personal freedom and peace. Once you get what's not working out of the way, you can make room for the good stuff.
Second, believe that you will know when you find it. How will you know? You will feel it in the pit of your stomach. It's something that feels so right that you can't imagine doing anything else. And, you will feel "high" when you're doing it. This "high" feeling may feel a bit strange, and it may even frighten you. Don't be afraid, it's your higher power talking to you, letting you know that you are doing the right thing.
Lastly, you know you've found your purpose in life when it doesn't revolve around you. It's not the bigger house or the shiny new car that will make you happy. These are just goals, but they are not a substitute for your purpose in life. Your purpose in life will bring you happiness and true happiness comes from contributing to other people's lives and making a difference for someone else. We were put on this earth to help others, and that is the greatest gift of all!
So, how do you create your purpose? Follow these easy steps:
- Ask Yourself "Who Am I?"
What kind of person are you? What's been true of you since you were younger? Write down all the attributes that you can think of that are truly you. List the things you naturally have learned and developed over the years. You probably take these things for granted, not recognizing them for the special, significant and unique gifts they actually are.
- Ask Yourself "What Do I Love To Do?"
What do you absolutely, truly enjoy doing in your professional life? In your personal life? For each answer, consider the gifts that have helped make them possible. Your purpose will involve doing something that you love.
- Ask Yourself "What Experiences In Life Were Really Fulfilling For Me?"
Look for the times in your life that were fulfilling for you. These were times when you were just being yourself. Consider, What was it like for me while I was going through it? What was I feeling? What was important, special or meaningful for me? These answers hold the key to what you should be doing with your life.
- Ask Yourself "What Is My Purpose In Life?"
Once your purpose becomes clearer, create a purpose statement. A purpose statement contains an action, a focus, and an intended impact. Once you write it down, you have a road map to follow.
- Ask Yourself "What Am I Afraid Of?"
Once you know what your purpose in life is, what will keep you from living it? Fear is the number one thing that stops people from being who they were meant to be. Do you want to be fulfilled? Then feel the fear, and do it anyway.
- Ask Yourself "Who Can I Tell?"
Speaking your purpose will bring it into reality; and once you tell people, it becomes real. Plus, you'll have the support of those around you who want to encourage you to be who you really are.
- Ask Yourself "How Do I Put My Purpose In Place?"
Your life is moving forward whether you are working towards your purpose or not. So, wouldn't it be better to take one action each day that will get you closer to who you were meant to be? It could be as simple as making a phone call, sending an email, or doing some research on the Internet. Your purpose will be realized one step at a time until one day you find that you are living it.
And what if you've done all this work and it hasn't come to you yet? It will. We were all put here for a reason. And, if you are determined to find your purpose, it will come your way. When something that strong is in your heart, it's only a matter of time before you discover what it is. The answer is out there; it's just a matter of finding the right question
Top 7 Ways To Live Your Dreams
Are you living your dreams?
If the answer is "no," then I ask "why not?" Life is short, and you never know when it will come to an end. Do you really want to say that you lived a life of unfulfilled dreams?
But "hold it!" you say. "I’m waiting for the perfect time" or "I’m waiting for the perfect situation." All this waiting is an excuse not to go out and try.
Or, maybe it’s not that you are "waiting" per se, but rather that you are afraid.
So, what are you afraid of? Are you afraid of making a mistake? Afraid of making the wrong choice? Are you afraid that you may not be good enough? And what if the people around you laugh at your dreams or don't support you? Is that enough for you to just give up?
And what happens if you do end up living your dreams? Are you afraid that once you get there you'll have to live them? Meaning that what you've been talking about for so long will now come to fruition and you might not succeed?
Fear is the number one reason that people do not live their dreams. Fear holds us back, sometimes paralyzing us, and prevents us from moving forward. But, when you look back at your life, what do you want it to be about? Do you want to say, "I could have" or "I did?" The choice is yours -- what words do you want to come out of your mouth?
So how do you move past your fears and live you dreams? Follow these easy steps:
- Acknowledge That You Have Dreams.
I meet so many people who say that they don’t have dreams or they can’t remember what they are. You know what your dreams are, you really do. You’ve just pushed them down so deep that it might take some time to bring them to the surface again. Let them out -- you are worth it.
- Write Down Your Dreams.
How can you live your dreams if you can’t see what they are? Write them down. Don’t judge your dreams or wonder "how?" Just do it!
- Break Your Dreams Into Small Steps.
All accomplishments in life happen when you take the first step. It doesn’t have to be a large one. It just has to get you moving. Small steps will get you to your dreams. Until one day you realize that you are there.
- Face The Barriers That Are Keeping You From Living Your Dreams.
What’s keeping you from living your dreams? Not enough money or time? Too many responsibilities? Look for ways to overcome this. There will always be a reason not to do something. It’s up to you if you want to give into these reasons or not.
- Find People Who Will Support You.
They should be people who love you and will cheer you on as you move toward your dreams. Tell them how much you love and appreciate them. You do not want to live your dreams by yourself.
- Pat Yourself On The Back For Your Successes.
You deserve it! The fun part of living your dreams is the journey. It’s the piece that builds character and the piece that you will remember the most.
Recognize That Fear Will Not Go Away.
There are times when you will wonder if you have what it takes to fulfill your dreams or if you deserve to live them. Fear is a normal part of human nature. If you can accept that fear will occur during this process, then you don’t have to spend time worrying what you will do if you do get afraid because you will have this part handled. The only way past fear is through it and not around it. You can do it!
So, feel the fear and live your dreams anyway! There are no guarantees, but the rewards are plentiful if you believe in yourself. No one is going to live your dreams for you. It's up to you to
create your own life. Why not have that life filled with dreams
Top 7 Characteristics Of Committed People
Have you committed to your dreams or are you still talking about them? The answer to this question will make the difference between living your dreams today or one fictitious day in the future.
So what's keeping you from making the commitments necessary to live your dreams? Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you afraid to take on more things to do? Are you unable to try again because you were unsuccessful in the past? All these things are reasons that keep you stuck in one place and give you permission not to try again. You don't know what you can accomplish until you give it a shot. You have no idea how powerful you really are. If you really let that in, you would be unstoppable.
But what do you do? The answer is simple. You say what you are committed to, then you go for it! This is how your dreams become reality versus this unaccomplishable thing that only happens to other people.
So, how can you get committed? See the characteristics of committed people below:
- Committed People Make Commitments.
They stick with their commitments because they said they would. Words such as maybe, should, or can't are absent from their vocabulary.
- Committed People Believe They Can Fulfill Their Commitments.
They can visual the finish line and believe they will accomplish their goal. Because their beliefs are so strong, not accomplishing their goal isn't even part of the equation.
- Committed People Say What They Are Committed To.
They bring their dreams into reality simply by using the power of language. It's amazing what they accomplish once they say their commitments out loud.
- Committed People Invest In Their Commitments.
They invest their time, money, and energy into their commitments. Their commitments become so important that they rework their lives around them.
- Committed People Are Realistic About Their Commitments.
They give themselves permission to explore different avenues and are nice to themselves along the way. Sure, there may be setbacks, but mistakes are viewed as opportunities rather than something to avoid at all costs.
- Committed People Form A Bond With Their Commitments.
Their commitments become a part of who they are, not something they are trying to accomplish on the side. This approach makes their commitments fun and not something that they "have to" or "should" be doing.
- Committed People Are Passionate About Their Commitments.
Their passion touches, moves and inspires others around them. This passion carries them through to the end.
So make the commitments necessary to live your dreams and don't stop along the way! In return, you will discover that you have the freedom and power to make your dreams a reality. And, isn't this the reason you got out of bed today
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