I’ve been talking the last several days about how you can use three questions to find your purpose—
What pain have I had that I don’t want others to have?
What do I believe that many others do not?
What have I been preparing for my whole life (maybe without realizing it)?
There’s another ingredient.
When you start to realize why you are here, do you get afraid?
“I’m not sure I can do that.”
“Who am I to bring that into the world?”
Run toward that fear.
I used to have a feeling in the pit of my stomach that would come up whenever I was in a difficult conversation with someone.
I learned that it was my body telling me that there was something I was afraid to say.
And something I needed to say, too.
I learned that when I spoke my truth in those situations, good things happened. It opened up a new avenue for discussion. It deepened relationships.
(And it was great for my coaching business.)
That feeling isn’t fear. It’s excitement. Because you know you are on the verge of something big and true.
What is it that you’re holding back?
If you’re looking for a group that will support you as you bring your purpose into the world, contact me and I will tell you more.
Because the world needs your truth right now.