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Is Your Life Purpose To Act Small or Play Big? “I am here for a purpose and that purpose is to grow into a mountain, not to shrink to a grain of sand. Henceforth, will I apply ALL my efforts to become the highest mountain of all, and I will strain my potential until it cries for mercy.”  Og Mandino. How big are you playing in your life?  Are you living your life purpose? Are you really stretching to be the biggest mountain that’s inside you?  Are you letting your light shine its brightest so that you can achieve the most, have the biggest impact, and make the biggest difference... (Read More ...)

What 7 Simple Questions Will Help You Uncover Your Life Purpose? Are you finding it daunting to figure out your life purpose?  Here are seven simple questions that will give you insight and open up ways of thinking that will lead you there.  1.  If you knew you had only six months to live, how would you spend your time?  Doesn’t this question suddenly bring your life into sharp focus?  That’s the intention!  Rather than floating along and taking for granted that you have years and decades to go, what if you knew that you only had a short time?  How would that impact the choices you... (Read More ...)

How Are You Living Your Life Purpose? This is a powerful question, and what’s important about it is that it highlights that it’s not enough just to know your life purpose.  It is all about living it.   If you haven’t yet clarified your purpose, Click HERE for the article, ‘How Do You Uncover Your Life Purpose?’ or go to,  or Click HERE for the article, ‘How Do You Find Your True Life Purpose?’ or go to Now... (Read More ...)

What Does It Take To Live Your Life Purpose? What it takes to live your life purpose are two key elements.   The first element is incredibly simple and obvious: it is to know it.   When you don’t know it, your life will feel like you’re swimming around like an amoeba, bouncing in whatever direction life takes you.  When you do know your life purpose, you will have a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. Uncovering your purpose is simple when you ask yourself the right series of questions.  Here are a couple of articles to help you with the process:  click this link for Is Your Life... (Read More ...)

Uncovering your life purpose can feel like a monumental task.  It seems like such a mystery, so intangible and elusive. Here are some simple questions to trigger your thinking and to give you access to what really makes your tummy tingle—to connect you with the wonderful possibilities knowing your life purpose brings.  Take time to ponder each question and write down your answers. What do you love to do? Think about this.  What is it you absolutely LOVE to do?  In fact, you love it so much you would even pay somebody else to let you to do it!  What would have you leap out of bed in the morning... (Read More ...)

“When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” ~ Seneca How often to you get frustrated and blame your circumstances, your team and even those you love for why you’re not living the life you really want? Without a strong and clear life purpose, nothing and no one will be able to help you get to where you want to go.  You will likely feel like an unmoored boat, floating helplessly on the ocean of life. However, with a clear and strong life purpose, your sails will always have wind, and there will always be movement in the right direction. Do you want... (Read More ...)

This is an interesting question.  Usually when you think about going on the quest to find your life purpose, it feels significant and important.  Very quickly, it becomes a serious quest. Finding your life purpose often feels so intangible, and yet it’s so important. Do you ever hear yourself saying, “If I could only uncover what that is–what my life purpose is–then life would be complete.  Then I’d have direction.  Then my life would really have meaning.  And then I’d be fulfilled.” With all the pressure that we put on ourselves, the very idea of focusing on uncovering... (Read More ...)