“There is no greater gift you can give or receive than to honor your calling. It’s why you were born and how you become most truly alive.” —Oprah Winfrey
Have you ever gotten so caught up in your day-to-day work that your purpose, your juice, your reason for doing what you do felt like it was on hiatus?
Lately, I’ve noticed that I haven’t felt connected to my purpose or calling in my work. I even heard a voice in my head saying, “Purpose, what’s that? I’m busy and have a full plate! What’s purpose got to do with it?”
I’ve come to see that on occasion I lose track of my purpose and how it relates to what I do. Yet, when I’m aligned with that inner drive, I feel connected to my work, and my goals become easier to achieve.
So, every now and then, it’s great to refocus on your true purpose—to realign, and bring that essential energy into your daily life.
This brings clarity when making decisions about what you’re doing. It keeps your trajectory on track, and gives you the opportunity to course-correct if necessary.
And besides—connecting to your purpose feels good.
Today’s post highlights a few simple steps that will support you in refocusing on your purpose when you lose your way.