I'm really struggling finding my purpose in life and after creating this challenge I feel that I'm back on track.
1. You may ask yourself, “What is my purpose in life?” You can begin to discover your passion or your purpose by exploring two things:
What do you love to do?
What comes easily to you?
2. First, ask yourself, What are two qualities I most enjoy expressing in the world?
Second, ask yourself, What are two ways I most enjoy expressing these qualities?
3. Take a few moments and write a description of what the world would look like if it were operating perfectly according to you. In my perfect world, everybody is living their highest vision where they are doing, being, and having everything they want. Finally, combine all three into one statement, and you will have a clear idea of your purpose.
4. What Is Your Heart Telling You?
5. Take some time to think honestly and openly about where you currently are in your life and what you want to do with your life.
What is your financial status? How are your relationships going? How is your health? And so on… Next, think about where you would like to be.
6. When my life is ideal, I am ___.” The word(s) you choose to fill in the blank must be a verb. For example:
My life is ideal when I’m being of service to massive numbers of people.
My life is ideal when I’m helping people with their vision.
My life is ideal when I’m speaking to large groups.
My life is ideal when I’m being part of a spiritual leaders network.
My life is ideal when I’m creating a core group of ongoing trainers who feel identified with my organization.
7.Simply set aside about 30 minutes and make a list of all the times you’ve felt the greatest joy in your life.
8. We’re all gifted with a set of talents and interests that tell us what we’re supposed to be doing. Once you know what your life purpose is, organize all of your activities around it. Everything you do should be an expression of your purpose. If an activity or goal doesn’t fit that formula, don’t work on it.
9. Once you have gained more clarity about your purpose, you don’t need to completely overhaul your life completely all at once. Instead, just lean into it, bit by bit.