Uncover the extraordinary in the ordinary! Your purpose is not a distant quest; it's woven into the fabric of your everyday actions. Embrace the power of simplicity and authenticity to discover that you might be living your purpose right now, making a profound impact without even realizing it. Let's dive into the magic of finding purpose in the seemingly mundane.
When you operate from a place of authenticity you build meaningful relationships and impact the world around you. Knowing your purpose will help you operate from a place of authenticity. Your purpose is an essential building block to creating a firm foundation. You can build an amazing legacy and live a life of true meaning when you know your purpose.
People often say they don't know their purpose and have trouble finding it. I often say that your purpose is simply understanding and knowing what you were born to do. It's not very complicated. It could be something as simple as just putting a smile on someone's face.
People often come to you for support because they know that when they get to you all the woes of the world that have been trying to weigh them down will feel like it is gone. Your presence brings a sense of peace and comfort. Your smile brings a smile to their face. Your smile lifts their soul. You smiling is all you have to do.
When you understand and know this, you will realize that you're already walking in your purpose. You were born with the gift, skills, and talents to do the things you do naturally and that is your purpose.
You may be the person that can walk into any environment, it does not matter, and you can structure the environment in such a way that it is supportive of those that are in it. Maybe you are an action-oriented, natural, leader that knows how to drive people toward their goals. Your purpose doesn't have to be harder than this.
That natural influence that you have is your purpose. It doesn't have to be more complicated than this, but because we have a tendency to complicate the things in our lives we often try to find the most complicated thing in the world and define that as our life’s purpose. I want to encourage you to know that you're probably already sitting right in the middle of your purpose in this very moment.