How meaningful do you find your work?
How fulfilling is your lifestyle?
Many of us, perhaps most of of us tumble out of education and into a life that we did not design or even desire. In my own case, I took a 15 year detour before I finally understood that all of that compromise was not making me happy. I knew very clearly who I was not and what I didn’t want, but had little idea of who I was or what I did want.
What a waste of time.
We all have the opportunity to be living on purpose, to live and work in ways we find meaningful.
Who can doubt that if they are working with their life’s purpose they will be more motivated?
Who can doubt that if they are more motivated they will be better at their work?
Who can doubt that if they are better at their job they will be more successful?
Who can doubt that if their life is more meaningful and more successful they will also be happier and more confident?
Change is scary if we look at it as a big thing, but the good news is we don’t need to. We can take easy little steps and edge our way forwards. One of the most important and yet easy steps is to shift away from distraction and towards inspiration.
For more inspiration and ideas take a look at http://www.sevenstages.net/whatsnext.htm
If you live in the Bristol area come along to this Thursday’s (24th August) Inspiration Evening – or in London on the 13th of September – or if you are ready to commit to living on purposet come to the Authentic Transformation Day on the 20th of September – details at http://www.authentictransformation.co.uk
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To accomplish great things, we must not
only act, but also dream; not only plan,
but also believe. –Anatole France