With the advent of life coaching and the availability of information on spirituality, personal development and enlightenment why are so many people living lives of apathy and indeed, misery? Do we all really have a life purpose, or just the chosen few? Most people who attend Rhodes College believe they have purpose. They may not be able to articulate it, but they know they were born to do something important and maybe even magical. How then do we discover this elusive quality? Here are some questions to ponder:
- What was I born to do (just answer this one quickly without over thinking)
- Why is this important?
- If I could choose EXACTLY how I would spend the next five years, what would I be doing?
- What do people tell me I am good at?
- What “causes” do I believe in?
- What are some things I have always enjoyed doing
- I am 90+ years old and looking back on my life. What accomplishment(s)do I feel great about?
- What is the most important thing in life?
- If I were to wake up tomorrow living my purpose what would my life look like?
- What am I really good at/proud of?
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