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Finding my purpose in life

WHY do you exist—WHY were you born? What is the meaning of your life? Were you put here for a reason? You can know—you must know!

Four basic questions everyone should know the answer.

Below I'd like to give you 3 basic tips to help you find your life passion and true purpose.

Explore the Things You Love To Do & What Comes Easy to You. ...

Ask Yourself What Qualities You Enjoy Expressing the Most in the World. ...

Create a Life Purpose Statement. ...

Why is important to have a life purpose in your Life

Life purpose is the starting point of life. A life purpose is the first step to live your most conscious life.

When you know your purpose, it helps you differentiate between the important and unimportant.

Live a life of meaning. When you pursue your purpose, your life becomes filled with direction and meaning. As opposed to wasting your time in a job you don’t love, now you can work toward a career that better fits your purpose.

Constant drive and passion. When you pursue your purpose, you gain an incredible burst of energy that keeps you going.

Pursuing a Noble Goal isn’t about taking some “lofty” action in the future. It’s about understanding why we might do such a thing, then putting that “why” in action today in our everyday interactions.

Our lives are made in small moments that add up.

Pursuing a Noble Goal is about ensuring those moments add up to significance — that they add up to what we mean to create.

Identifying my noble goal was one of the most rich and meaningful things I have ever done. Thanks to the EQ model I discovered my passion to serve, to teach and empower people to use tools to find their own Life purpose.

Find more about our EQ model to find more about FINDING YOUR LIFE PURPOSE:

https://insightmeconsulting.com/building-capacity-for-transformation-with-emotional-intelligence

“The path to our destination is not always a straight one. We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back. Maybe it doesn’t matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark.” ―Barbara Hall