I hope you had a great holiday!! 2023 is officially knocking on our door. I created a bunch of freebies for you—goal-setting worksheet, habit tracker, 100 journal prompts, and resources to find your purpose and passions. Download them for free before the start of the new year.
Thank you for reading this week!
Let your past inform you, not define you.
Purpose and passion are not interchangeable. While your purpose is the reason you do something, your passions are the activities and hobbies that fill you up.
Think of it this way, your passions are the vehicle that gets you from point A to point B, and your purpose is the gas that motivates you to keep moving forward.
For example, my purpose is not writing; writing is one of my passions. My purpose is to heal people through my creativity. This is the reason behind why I write—the gas that moves my vehicle (writing) forward.
While seeking approval and acceptance from your peers may be an innate human desire, it’s in your best interests to prioritize learning more about yourself, becoming that person, and attracting others into your life who accept your authentic self.
Every situation has a positive and negative outcome. You get to decide which outcome will be your reality.
Will you focus on the negative and give it life? Or will you search for the positive and change your future?