When was the last time you woke up and really got excited about the day ahead (and not just because you were on holiday)?
When was the last time something just fell in to place for you like it was just meant to be?
[Tweet “When was the last time you smiled walking down the street, just because?”]
Living on purpose probably makes no sense to a lot of people, and a lot of them will already be living on purpose. Another way to look at it is my own mantra, living life without regrets.
Making every moment count.
Following your heart and intuition in to the unknown and the scary.
Knowing what you want and taking the opportunities when the present themselves.
How do you know what your purpose is?
If I’m being totally honest with you (and I always am), your illusive ‘purpose’ isn’t always easy to find, but my personal experience is that often it’s hiding in plain sight.
I’m going to let you in to a secret –
[Tweet “The best way to find your purpose, is to start doing something, and not stopping. #livingonpurpose”]
Please, for the love of all things chocolate, do not sit at home and do lists and graphs and pinterest boards. They’re awesome and can really help you tap in to your intuition, but you need experiential knowledge of yourself in order to truly hone in on what makes you tick.
It doesn’t really matter what you do, just go out, pick something and do it. Experience it, live it, love it or loathe it. Then go away and figure out what you liked and didn’t like. Then find something else to do with more of what you liked and less of what you didn’t like.
It’s like one great big life experiment and, whilst it is trial and error, it gets you a damn sight more on pointe to living on purpose than writing a list in your bedroom (and you have awesome learning experiences along the way!).
Make a commitment today: tell me what you’re doing on your journey to living on purpose in the comments below or tweet me (I love me a bit of twitter!)