So many people struggle to discover their purpose and sadly, there re too many courses out there claiming to enable you to find your purpose in a weekend.
When they don’t (and many do not for reasons I’ll explain shortly), people get discouraged and disheartened believing that there must be something wrong with them.
But what about your gift? What is the purpose of your gift?
The purpose of your gift is to lead you to your purpose.
And it also requires a change of perspective, so when you go on a weekend course and do all of the exercises and visualisations to try and “find your purpose,” you may not be “heart opened,” enough to receive what is your purpose.
Interestingly, for some, if they knew wha their purpose was before knowing their gift, it would probably either frighten them or look down on their purpose with distain, not realising the importance of it.
In this short video, Steve Harvey makes the case for finding your gift, and I love it’s simplicity … find what you’re good at at go do it. That will lead you to your purpose.
Tell me in the comments below what you’re good at. What can you do with ease that other people find difficult? What could you do all day and you don’t notice time? When are you in your element?
I’m going to write about and talk about gifts a lot more, but consider this a primer for you to start thinking about those seemingly insignificant gifts that you’ve laid aside.
Blessings to you,
Trish Jones is a Speaker, Storytelling Coach and Author, who empowers and equips women to create a business and life that's in harmony with who they are - from the inside out - by bringing more of their personality, their voice and their message via their story to the marketplace. Download her story success blueprint to find out more ... The Influential Woman PinkPrint.