PURPOSE vs. PASSION What is your purpose and passion? Why? If you feel that you are stuck perhaps it's because you have not identified your purpose and passion.

Purpose vs. Passion. What is your purpose in life and why? Have you identified your passion? Questions that must be carefully considered. Once your purpose and passion are identified you will notice your movement towards your goal(s) will be done with INTENTION, FOCUS, and LOVE.  This is because Passion is about emotions, the motivation and what makes us feel good, i.e. “Doing what we love” which doesn’t necessarily equate to making lots of money. Purpose is the reason, it is the why behind why we do things, i.e. community outreach, volunteering “what we do to contribute towards others”.  As you start to ponder over your passion you may notice that your passions are exciting, wild, and all over the place which is not a bad thing as passions are typically anything that makes us feel invigorated whereas our purpose is more focused and has measurable results attached to our goal(s).

I have learned to invest in myself. Consistently showing up for myself and others is my PURPOSE and my PASSION is learning and sharing knowledge. The value of identifying your PURPOSE can not be stressed enough. Once you have identified PURPOSE and PASSION you will move toward your goal(s) with greater ease because now your INTENTIONS, FOCUS and LOVE for self will attract positive energy and your path is clearer. As a Life Coach specializing in Success, Entrepreneurship, and Career Coaching I understand the power of identifying  PURPOSE and PASSION which in my opinion is true currency.  The energy we exert towards our PURPOSE and PASSION is indicative of what we value. 

I am here to encourage you to never give up. If you are stuck take time to think about your Passion and Purpose.

“The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.” ~Flora Whittemore

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