Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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Thank you for writing such a great article on purpose. I am in my 60s and in the worst emotional state I have ever been in. My purpose was bringing up two wonderful sons who are now on their own. Since then I have been floundering as to what my purpose is. I still don't know what it is and my sons are in their 30s.
I know there is something missing in my life and I have looked at all avenues but cannot seem to find the right one for me.
I love words so I guess that is the best place to start. You say - just write.
I am self employed at two jobs - one which is very satisfying. I am far from rich and sometimes -comfortable- is not even happening. I am divorced and single and alone - sometimes I am overwhelmed with loneliness but hey that's another topic for another time. I love your articles!
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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