Who is purpose for?

art of encore living personal development purpose Apr 02, 2022

If you're satisfied with the status quo (internal and external), finding, defining, and leveraging your purpose is probably not of much interest or use.

 

The roadmap provided by our educational and occupational systems is seductive—do what you're told (and what everyone else is doing), and you'll be supplied with conveniences, distractions, and occasional pleasures.

 

But for some of us, this status quo existence isn't sufficient.

 

Do you identify as any of, or some combination of, the following

  • Seeker
  • Server
  • Experimenter
  • Explorer
  • Learner
  • Leader

 

If so, then the trappings of "success" you're instructed to pursue at school and on the job are probably not enough. You strive to be and do more and better.

 

Why not do so with, for, and on purpose?

 

And here's a VITAL element of purpose. Although the who you need to start with is yourself, purpose-driven living is about working with and for others.

 

You enhance your life most through endeavors that serve others.

 

Purpose works best when you practice it from the inside out.

 

Got purpose?

 

I'll share how to find, define, and refine your purpose in the last email in this mini-course in a few days.

 

Until then, where do you think purpose lies?

 

Ready to investigate your purpose, define the difference only you can make, and live your legacy? A great place to start is with Creative on Purpose's Let Your Life Speak online program. Learn more here.


Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose

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