All Inclusion


Living your purpose means waking up every morning happy. Right now when your feet hit the ground running, you can’t wait to make a difference in someone else’s life. You enjoyed solving the problem, putting a smile on someone’s face, pointing to a solution to an issue, and then going to bed at night with the inner satisfaction that you were your most productive person that day. You brought your hard work to work and gave you 100 percent.

  1. Ask
    Ask yourself, ‘How can I use my purpose to make a difference? —Your unconscious mind will open up space and opportunities.

Try to start each day with a quiet time alone, by meditation, prayer, or your morning coffee. Take the time to ask yourself that question daily.

  1. Search
    Take into account the answers to how you might apply your objective every day. See how you should go. Do your research. Understand that you may need to follow many rabbit trails, some of which will lead you to the end. All right; it is all part of the process.

The way to live within your means is not always clear or concise. Go online, watch videos and listen to podcasts. Read every book you put yourself in that calls for yourself. Seek guidance from people who can help you live your purpose.

Once you have opened your mind and heart to the possibilities of the universe, pay close attention to the emerging people. They are there to teach you a lesson, challenge you or help you on your way.

  1. Knock
    And keep knocking.

When you come to the door of opportunity that you believe is yours, you should knock. If you want to find out what’s on the other side of the door, you have to press it open and enter.

Every day take one small step that takes you away from your destination. Write down your goal, and divide it into smaller steps, and then move on to the smaller steps, one that you can do. I promise you, this will add up soon.

Believe in your spirit that’s why you’re here. Make choices and choices that bring into your life things that will help you achieve your goal. There will be times when you lose your feet or take the wrong step, and that’s okay. Each step, whether right or wrong, will teach you something and bring you closer to your goal. Listen carefully to each one.

Follow these three steps with purpose and knowledge daily, day by day. If you do, I promise you will wake up one day just a few years from now and your life will be completely changed – because you will be living your purpose.





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