Finding your why? We might also say finding our mission or finding our purpose. But I like “finding your why.” The WHY gets to the core of things. Why do you do what you do? What would you do if you were really driven by your why?
Two of the most commons statements I hear from those I have coached are:
- I do not have any special skills or abilities. This issue is addressed through the How to Find Your Calling ebook (see the right side of the webpage).
- I do not have anything I really want to do. This issue is addressed in today’s podcast
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Finding Your Why – The Problem
- After some point, money does not motivate us.
- Most people are empty looking for something more out of life. Just look at the emptiness of work for most people in corporate life.
- The blessing of wealth has become a curse.
Finding Your Why – The Actions
First, two assumptions:
- Household expenses are paid – no money worries. Think about the amount you need to live on deposited to your account each month without any effort on your part.
- Unlimited access to OTHER resources and people. You can get to anyone you need, and they will listen to you.
- What would you do?
- Who would you serve?
- How would you help?
- Be specific.
In this episode I mentioned some resources, including:
- How to Find Your Calling workbook FREE
- The Magic of Thinking Big
Question: What other tools have you found that help you find your why? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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