This report includes powerful tips related to finding your purpose. It also contains three actionable steps you can take right away and a list of suggested reading for those people who are looking for even more information.
Do you know what your life purpose is? Most people don’t.
Going through the motions.
Sometimes, people pretend they know what they are supposed to do in life. But, they are merely going through the motions.
Life is too short to let this happen. Find something that you are passionate about, something that makes you look forward to getting up in the morning.
Ask yourself why?
If you don’t look forward to getting up for work, ask yourself why.
It’s true that most people need a job to survive. You may have gone to college to study what you believed was your life purpose.
But, now that you have been working in the field for many years, it’s lost its edge.
What do you daydream about at work?
Focus on your recurring daydreams. When you do, this is a great starting point for you to explore what you want to do with your life.
The next time you catch yourself daydreaming about doing something different with your life, write down what it was about.
Seek out forums online that are associated with topics you are interested in.
This will show you what others are doing or what kinds of questions they are asking. If you resonate towards one or two forums, this will show you where you should focus your concentration.
Connect with residents.
Most cities and towns are using Facebook to connect with their residents.
Join the groups and pages that are dedicated to these municipalities. Then, find out where the community needs help and volunteer your time.
You’ll meet people, and you may find that helping others is part of your purpose. You can also join church groups in your area.
Keep on the topic.
When you have an idea about what might be your life purpose, pick up several books on the topic.
Pay attention not only to what the books are telling you, but also your interest in reading them.
If you pick up some books from the library and they sit on your table, this may be an indication that it’s not the right topic for you to pursue.
Offer to volunteer some of your time at work to set up initiatives that help people in the community of the business.
Your company may already have a program, and you can choose to either join it or form a new initiative if they allow for it. Companies need people who can show leadership abilities with these initiatives.
This leadership ability could help you advance in the company if that is where you want to go.
Start reading a few blogs that relate to the topics you are thinking of pursuing. Like reading books, pay attention to which blogs you spend the most time with. This can give you a clue to your life purpose.
1. Join one forum per month.
To determine which forums to join, start with your hobbies. If those hobbies are idle for you, that’s okay. Join the forums anyway. Forums will help you renew your interest.
2. Create a journal to jot down ideas whenever they pop into your head.
You can do this on a smartphone which many people find easier to manage. Just make sure it’s easy to access as spending too much time searching for the app may make you lose the thought process.
3. Join Meetup.com groups that cater to your interest.
There is nothing better than meeting face-to-face with people who share the same interests as you. It’s a great way to learn about those interests, and you gain contacts that may help you advance your participation.
If nothing else, you get some social time in and a chance to meet new friends.
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