How To Find Your Life’s Purpose

Most of us have heard our heroes or some wealthy, successful person say something like, “the key to true happiness and lasting success is to find out what you love to do – your passion, then to figure out a way to make a living at it.” Encouraging words indeed, but how do we find our life’s purpose?

If you’re dissatisfied with your job and your life it’s because deep down you know that you were meant for more. You are truly unique with special inherent gifts and talents, and these have been calling to you from within for most of your life, and now it’s time to listen.

What you are destined to achieve has shown itself to you throughout your life, but as time passed, like most of us, you stopped believing in yourself, or what was possible for your life. Then you conformed and settled for making a living. But your dreams are still alive.

Who are your idols? musicians, writers, entrepreneurs – those are mine. What are your hobbies? Do you fiddle around on an instrument, or do you listen to music and pretend that it’s you playing or singing?

What are your unique talents? Whatever they are – they were given to you as part of your purpose. And what I’ve discovered is that we may think that are heroes were born with genetic advantages, and sure some of them were, but they still practiced their butts off otherwise their talents would have withered away.

So, tip one is consciously figure out what your talents are. Then realize that everything is learnable and achievable if  you pay the price for it.

Tip two is listen to your heart. If you were totally honest with yourself, and you had all the money and time in the world and could accomplish anything, what would it be?

Tip three is the basic teaching of NLP – whatever anyone else can do, you can also learn how to do, and one of the best self-help books on finding your life’s purpose, mission, and how to model others is NLP – The New Technology Of Achievement<Free Audiobook

After you find your purpose you might ask, how do I overcome procrastination and my fears, and start believing in myself, and develop the self-discipline in order to live the life of my dreams?

Well, you just took the first step of a great journey and over the next couple of weeks, I’d love to share with you how to make your dreams come true.

All the best, – Herb.

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