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Question of the Week
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I asked you what describes how you feel, unworthy, lost and confused, or unmotivated.
47% of respondents said, “unmotivated,” 33% said, “lost and confused,” and 20% said, “unworthy.”
All of these feelings are understandably complex and discouraging. But over the years of my own creative self-growth, I’ve identified one pillar of life that helps heal each of these feelings.
For most of my life, I was self-conscious and unconfident. I didn’t know who I was or who I wanted to be. I spent a lot of time worrying about how other people perceived me. It was a constant battle of wanting to fit into the groups around me while also wanting to become my most authentic self.
After almost dying in a car accident 9 years ago, I was given a second chance to live, and I intended to make the most of it. I chose to let this experience play a positive role in the way I live. I dedicated myself to living a meaningful life and investing time in finding my purpose.
Your purpose is your personal mission statement. When you identify your purpose, you give your life a reason—something to make you feel worthy, motivated, and a sense of direction.
I created a free worksheet to help you find your purpose. You can download it here.
Without discovering yourself—understanding your purpose, passions, potential, and motives—you’ll never achieve something better than what you have now. You’ll choose to live a life inundated by unconsciousness and the pain that comes along with it.
Thoughts carry energy.
One positive thought will lead to another positive thought. This also means one negative thought will lead to another negative thought.
You must become a deliberate thinker.
Start your day with one good thought and watch a string of positive thoughts follow.