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Three Steps for Finding Your Purpose from Fast Company

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Happy Sunday!

Today is a good day to consider what you want the remainder of your 2016 to indicate as accomplishments.

Are you interested in losing weight?

Are you interested in taking a trip?

Are you interested in selling a product?

Are you interested in speaking in front of an audience?

What about starting a new career?

What about writing a book?

Maybe it’s starting a business?

Maybe it’s starting a YouTube channel or podcast?

Ever thought of going back to school?

There are so many options, I could go on and on.  Your options are as limitless as your imagination.  They say you can create a new habit in 21 days, that means by the end of this month you can create a new habit that will take you closer to your “it.”

Whatever the desire, I came across an interesting article which gives the reader three prompts for finding your purpose.  This article is written for entrepreneurs but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t value to be gained from it.  

I find that I relate most to prompt 2.  But when I replace the word company in prompt 3, with something important to me – prompt 3 also becomes meaningful.  Either way, I can think of a couple of ways to utilize each prompt as I plan my next steps.  

Maybe these prompts from the Fast Company article – Sir Kensington’s Three Prompts For Finding Your Purpose will help you find your purpose.  At the least it will be an interesting read.

Til next time,

“Happiness depends on ourselves.” – Aristotle 

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