Ways to Improve Your Life: Discover Your Life’s Purpose

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One sure way to improve your life is to discover your life’s purpose.

Stop for a minute and focus on the reason you do what you do on a daily basis. Figure out the “why” if you will. Why were you put on this earth? What are you here to accomplish? 

How long will this take?

Finding your life’s purpose is no easy task. It requires introspection and contemplation–something for which many of us don’t make time!

Or maybe it just takes 5 minutes! 😉

Despite the catchy video title, for most of us, it does require some time in thought. Some people choose an exercise like yoga or running because of its meditational element, and through these routines they learn how to go within to a quiet place. This helps them discover  their purpose. Others choose to get out more in nature. Reading books about such topics is also good. Whatever works for you!

One thing is for certain. It is an individual decision. You may have people in your life pushing and pulling you in the direction they think you should go. But for the decision to have meaning, it has to be chosen by YOU!

Knowing your purpose will energize and guide you!

Once you connect with your purpose, you’ll have a whole new outlook on life. Your energy level will go up, you’ll have a new spring in your step and you will find that you are motivated to take action toward goals and dreams.

Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our daily life that we lose track of why we are here in the first place. So when you discover your life’s purpose, it’s like a compass to direct your journey. Make a habit of checking the direction you are traveling day to day to keep yourself moving toward your life’s purpose! 🙂

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About Cate

I am a retired RN–stayed home after my second child was born, having worked for 10 years. I am in my mid-50s now, and I enjoy blogging, designing mugs and more and spreading a bit of positivity in the world.

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