Find out how living your purpose can be hard and what you can do to make it easy.
Reconciling your purpose – spiritual path vs getting paid to do what you love.
One of the biggest conundrums that you will be asked to tackle in the course of living your purpose is that of monetizing your gifts.
There are two schools of thought.
Sometimes our greatest gifts seems very simple and very small. When we want to be of GREAT service and make a BIG difference, we think it has to be difficult and the gifts need to be of the same magnitude as the difference we wish to make.
Living your purpose is not so serious!
Avoid compartmentalizing your purpose.
There’s no single right way to live your purpose and share your gifts.
You are an artist, and creating art is your passion; it’s what feeds your soul…
And I am sure that you think it is, therefore, your purpose – your life purpose, your soul purpose. But is it?
You are not a rock.
You grow and evolve, and you WILL change your career path many times. What will happen to your brand?
In the course of our lives we will go through several distinctive career changes, and numerous jobs. We are well aware that there is no such thing as job security, and there are declining numbers of “permanent” jobs. People are now independently mobile in their career paths and are responsible for it, hence the rise of personal branding. But what happens when you want to change career paths? What happens to your precious personal brand, then? Conventional wisdom would have you RE-brand and have to START OVER from the BOTTOM….
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
My dearest heart-centered, highly conscious difference-maker,
Are you feeling trapped in your day job, career or business? Is it not quite what you’d hoped it would be?
Do you have multiple passions and interests that you wish you could combine? Do you have gifts and talents that you are leaving behind to wither and die? Are you a renaissance soul who cannot decide on the ONE thing they want to do?
Are you concerned about all the different, unrelated jobs you have on your resume and the impression they’ll leave on prospective employers? Do you secretly wish that you didn’t have a job at all, but a holistic, fulfilling business doing what you love (and that only you are qualified to do)?
Do you long to make a difference in the world?
If there was one secret to happiness, fulfillment and success in life that I could pass on, from personal experience, to anyone and everyone, and especially to our children, it would be that you absolutely MUST…