Yes, Your Passion is not your Purpose
Your Passion + Service = Purpose

Discover Your Purpose

“To Pursue Your passion is to discover your purpose,
Discover your purpose in life by living out your passion”

  • Why do I act the way I do?
  • Sometimes I really don’t understand myself.
  • I’m so confused. What do I really want?
  • Did I make the right choice? It felt right then, now I’m not sure.
  • My relationship is making me miserable. How can I fix it?
  • Why do I keep making the same mistake over and over?
  • Will I ever achieve my goals and truly be successful?
  • What is my purpose?
  • Why am I here on the planet at this time?

My purpose in life is to help others DISCOVER their purpose

What more I can Contribute?

The Inspiration I’m putting out to the world – through Coaching, Counselling, guiding other people, in my therapy, and one on one – is this:

You have a purpose. YES, you have something you are meant to do.

And I like to guide you coach you & help you find it and bring it to life. Although it’s a personal journey, most people find having a blueprint or a guide is a huge help — so I’m going to give you the brief version of the guide I use to help people each day. If you’d like to explore any of this further, you can jump over to my site and pick up the phone for free guidance (it’s free) to get started.

    What’s included in this program?

  • Consultation prior to start of program to determine specific goals and desired results (2hours)
  • 8 sessions- two-hour in-office sessions (every week)
  • 4 Session - 30-min. coaching sessions to be done by phone or Skype (1 session every-week)
  • Support via email between sessions for the duration of the program
  • Weekly inner exploration and self-discovery assignments

A brief guide to finding your purpose

To start, you need to know yourself. Who you inherently are; your personality, your interests, your values and how you truly like to feel in life. Write down your interests, values and how you like to feel, and narrow the list down to three to five for each. What you have written is your guide. Every decision, new opportunity and plan possible way be considered with what you’ve written.

Ask yourself
Does this align with my values?
Is this something I’m truly interested in?

Explore Access Bars to ask for proactive Question

Next, you need to know what your purpose isn’t . It’s not your job. And it’s not your passions. Your job and your passions may be how you bring your purpose to life, but they are not the purpose itself. Your purpose is deeper than that.

Your purpose is often something you already know; deep down. It’s likely to sound vague. It may not be immediately clear how you’ll live it, and that’s a good thing. Why? Because it gives you options. It lets you bring it to life in a way that suits you, your life, your family and where you live. You have one purpose, but a hundred ways you can bring it to life. So don’t worry – it will happen.

Ok, I know I just said it will happen, but what I really mean is: you will make it happen. This is your life’s work. This is your legacy, it’s your impact on the world. It doesn’t matter how big or small your purpose is — it’s important. Whether your purpose sees you growing organic veggies, or as the founder of a social company dedicated to helping impoverished kids – it has a huge impact on the world. You living your purpose inspires others to live theirs. Create a plan and do it.

So here’s what you can do

Start Observing yourself

Yes, you have a purpose. And yes, you are going to Discover it.
A coach acts as an accountability partner. The aim here isn't to force you into doing a heap of things you're uncomfortable with, but to support you in making progress towards your goals.

Take some advice from Socrates, and know thyself

Spend some time with yourself, Observe and understand who you truly are; strengths, weaknesses, quirks everything. You don’t need to take a trip to the mountains in a faraway land; you can figure this out just as easily from your couch (although the view might not be as good!).

Open your mind, your heart and your soul to what your purpose

Every single person I’ve ever worked with on this knew deep down what it was, but had a hard time saying it aloud. Give this process some time. TRUST THE PROCESS And know that whatever it is, it’s enough. It’s ok if your purpose is simple. You don’t have to save the world. Just do what you are called to do.

Make a plan to bring it to life

This is just as important as DISCOVERING your purpose. Take into account your skills, your responsibilities, your interests, and your partner and family. Work out the best way for you to bring your purpose to life with everything you have going on. It’s ok if this changes as the years go by — it’s almost expected, really.

If wondering about your purpose in life has been playing on your mind — good. If you’re still reading this — good. It means you know there’s something you’re meant to do, and you want to know what it is. And when you find it, that weight will lift. You’ll have clarity. You’ll have direction. And you’ll make the impact on the world you are meant to.

So, Take Action.

So, Take Action.

DISCOVER your purpose. Design your life. And inspire others to do the same.
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Private Phone or Skype Coaching

You can begin the process of making dramatic changes in your life from the privacy of your home or office, anywhere in the world.

I offer telephone or Skype coaching for 60 minute sessions long-term clients.

As a skilled coach, I listen intuitively for the speed, tone and words that you communicate and help you uncover your own power and self-knowledge in highly-effective telephone coaching sessions. (In person sessions, also available.)

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