It’s Get Unstuck week! I am so excited for the get unstuck free webinar tonight and Saturday!! If you haven’t signed up yet, it isn’t too late to sign up here! I will send you the recording and a link to my 30 days of networking ideas ebook after if you can’t make it. Since it is get unstuck week, I am reposting an article I wrote a few months back about how to find purpose in your career and life. It had a lot of great responses so I hope you enjoy it too!
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One of the most important steps in finding your perfect career is to figure out your purpose in life. Your life matters to everyone and you have a purpose that you were born to do. The reason that you are still alive is to complete that purpose. Here is a video I did a while back about finding your purpose:
Many people have a really tough time putting their finger on it. Some people think that their purpose in life is to get a good education so that they can get a nice house and great car. If this is what you think, you have a lot more thinking to do. Each of us has a unique purpose that cannot be replaced by another person. Unfortunately, the culture at many companies makes us believe that we can be replaced if we were ever to leave our work.
“We must rapidly begin the shift from a “thing-oriented” society to a “person-oriented” society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
Here are some questions to ask yourself:
- What do you naturally do well?
- Is there a cause, value or quality that you feel passionate about?
- What do you daydream (or dream) about doing?
- What would you do if you knew you could not fail?
- What do you absolutely love to do that you lose track of time when you do it?
“When you know your passion and have work that expresses that passion you become a magnet for others – people who are willing to hitch their wagon to your enthusiasm. You will become a lightning rod for not only your own efforts, but you will focus the talents and abilities of those around you – and your work will be magnified with little effort. People want to be connected to something big – something that will make a difference.
Working on your own without passion is exhausting. Your best efforts cannot stop the slow drain of energy and life. You don’t get the strength of those around you – you have a big leak in your own bucket.”
Have you found your purpose in life? Are you passionate about your work or do you have a big leak in your bucket?
*If you have not found that purpose or passion, I invite you to learn more about my get unstuck course launching next week!! Learn more here.