Today in my post 50 life, I find no so liberating. It gives me much more room for the yes behind my purpose. So what one question do I get asked a lot? I get asked, how does one find their purpose. I don't think you find your purpose, your purpose finds you. At least in my case, this is exactly what happened.
My purpose was birthed out of my passions. Interestingly, it brought together all those elements of my life experience I enjoy most. My interest in helping others, teaching, giving, growing, speaking and travel. My purpose was a perfect collision of each of these, quilted together piece by piece.
I often wondered at first, whether the signs were always there and might I have gotten started living my purpose earlier. That answer is no. Once I stepped into my purpose, I had to give up things I know I would not have given up earlier. Things like sharing my whole self publicly in a transparent way, choosing to freely give to others without any tangible expectations in return, and choosing happiness over money.
Once I became steadfast in my decision to pursue my purpose something amazing transpired. What was amazing is how I stepped heart first into this new me and the joy I receive from being in this new space. I love this new me.
I want to help others realize their purpose and take steps toward realizing their purpose heart first. I know firsthand the joy of taking this very big step.
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