Are You Living Your Purpose? Should You Be?
If you spend any time on the Internet these days, you’ve probably noticed that finding and living your purpose is a hot topic.
A quick Amazon search of “find your purpose” yields more than 4000 results, and the books listed on the first page boast tools readers can use to discover why they’re really here.
How do you feel about this topic?
If you’re one of the hundreds, thousands, or maybe even millions of people out there who feel like you haven’t found your purpose, then you may feel anxious about it.
And that angst is only natural: you may feel like it’s a mystery to be solved, or a prize to be attained. Knowing your purpose may feel like The End Goal.
If you don’t know what it is, or haven’t grasped it yet, then you may feel like you’re not truly living.
Hold it right there.
I’d like you to consider shifting your perspective on living your purpose.
In the newest episode of Flip It! Do You Need to Be Living Your Purpose? I guide you through exploring the cause of you feeling anxious around not knowing or living your purpose.
In some ways, focusing too hard on, “finding your purpose” may be a bit like treating the symptom of a health problem rather than the cause.
What is lacking in your life that you feel this constant pressure to find your purpose? Is it possible that you could feel less angst if you were to solve the cause of that lack?
Of course, I’m not saying that it’s a bad idea to think about your purpose! I’m just saying that it’s important to understand why the topic causes you angst.
I’d love for you to dive into this episode of Flip It! and see whether shifting your perspective makes you feel better about finding your purpose (or not finding it, for that matter).
Watch it now:
(And if you’re wondering exactly how you can get everything you want simply by flipping your perspective? Check out the first episode here.)