Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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It's nice to see the word "purpose" instead of "passion". I always thought the phrase "finding your passion" was as ambiguous as it is innocuous. Goals without real sacrifice are transitory at best, and one of the unfortunate mixed messages in today's mainstream culture is that it's possible to let something go after a short time if it isn't working out as a goal. But the devil is in the details, and a successful game plan and realistic measured expectations are more likely to lead to a successful outcome of any endeavor.
Are you clear on your definition of success? This quick exercise will help.
Time's up. And the world is watching. The speech that will change the game.
If you're waiting to be struck by purpose, this will help.
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