Happy September! (Where is time going?) I hope you’re having a great week and have an even better month! Keep your head up ❤️
Thanks for reading this week!
Question of the Week
What do you crave most? Click your answer below and I will provide actionable advice.
I’ll share the results in next Thursday’s newsletter. Check out the results from last week below!
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I asked which sounds most like you, lost and confused, stuck, or disconnected from life.
44% of respondents said, “stuck,” 33% said, “disconnected from life,” and 22% said, “lost and confused.”
While these feelings are frustrating, you can settle them once and for all by finding your purpose. When you develop a life purpose statement, you gain the most influential piece of information you can have access to. It provides you with crystal clear direction and tells you exactly what you need to do every day to keep moving forward. Your purpose becomes your compass.
My new book + workbook will be available in October. It’s designed to help you find your purpose in 30 days. In the meantime, you can download the free purpose worksheet or text “PURPOSE” to (707) 289-7047 for direct support from me.
The day you quit is the closest you’ll ever be to achieving your goal. Reconsider quitting when you’re having a good day.
Questioning is a powerful tool for unlocking valuable opportunities. When you ask questions, you spark learning, new ideas, and the potential for a one-degree shift that sets you on a new trajectory.
Asking questions is not a weakness. It’s a sign of your willingness to learn, embrace a growth mindset, and lead a life fueled by curiosity.
If you feel lost in life, your job isn’t to figure out where you need to be in one year, your job is to gain 1% more clarity than the day before and know where you’re going tomorrow.