Do You Know Your Life’s Purpose??? Here’s a 4-Step Framework to Get You in the Right Direction…
“If you don’t know your purpose, discover it…NOW. Without a conscious life purpose, a man is totally lost: (he) drifts and adapts to events rather then creates them. Without knowing his purpose a man lives a weakened, impotent existence.” ~ David Deida
———— You’re Unique Ability ————
Here’s something cool I came across a few days ago – a concept from the book “Unique Ability: Creating the Life You Want by Catherine Nomura and Julia Waller (based of the work of Dan Sullivan).
Now you know me: I think everyone should know their path and stay on it (never letting ANYONE divert them away), because that’s the foundation for a powerful, productive and progressive life.
There’s also a Kemetic, or, Ancient Egyptian, proverb that goes, “Man, know thyself, and you shall know the Gods and the Universe…” (this is where where Socrates got his ideas from), and knowing yourself implies knowing your unique ability…you’re unique combination of passion, talent and skill that meets the following 4-point criteria:
1) It’s a superior ability that others notice and value,
2) It’s something you love doing and want to do as much as possible,
3) It’s energizing for both you and others who experience it, and
4) You keep getting better at it, never running out of possibilities for improvement.
If you really think about it though, YOU ALREADY KNOW WHAT THIS IS, you just probably never took the time to clearly identify it: it’s the type of thing you’d do whether you were paid for it or not…the type of thing that puts you into a more involved and invigorating state of mind.
Here’s another short video that should help. This guy seems a little quirky, but the knowledge is there. Check it:
Hope this helps,
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