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Question of the Week
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I asked you how you were honestly feeling, great, good, or meh.
51% of respondents said, “meh,” 26% said, “good,” and 23% said, “great.”
We are so quick to ask others how they are doing, yet we are so reluctant to ask ourselves. The point of this question was to have you become aware of how you were truly feeling at that moment. It’s so easy to let the busyness of life make us forget to stop for a second and check-in with ourselves. However, it’s essential because awareness is the start of making change.
The results are also here to show you that you are not alone. We are all in this fight together.
5 red flags telling you to find your purpose:
- You wake up with no sense of direction
- You aren’t excited to get out of bed
- You don’t know if your decisions serve you well
- You feel like life is happening to you and not for you
- You know there is more life for you
Your core values represent what you believe to be most important in your life (e.g., compassion, patience, growth, and loyalty). When you clearly define your values, you create a measuring stick that illustrates what you need to do to live a fulfilling and purposeful life. Choosing to not identify your core values is choosing to make unintentional decisions that take you further away from a life that revolves around your purpose.
By avoiding the pursuit of purpose, you give self-sabotage permission to steal your life.