How To Define The Purpose Of Your Life
Published on Friday, October 7th, 2011 at 6:27 pm and is filed under Self Improvement
“Anything that creates, solves the problem.” Mike Murdock
Your eyes see and ears hear, the nose can smell. Doctors solve health problems, lawyers solve legal problems. Your clothes are kept warm, the clock shows you the time. Everything that is created, solves the problem. You are made to solve the problem and your success depends on your ability to find the problem and solve it. Searching this issue opens up your goals, the solution of this problem is in achieving your goals. These are the 7 questions that will help you discover your purpose.
1. What do you enjoy doing?
Your goal is directly connected with the fact that you love. The most motivated people in the world spend time on what they love. Bill Gates likes computers, Edison loved to invent, Mozart loved to compose music. What do you love? Is it writing, reading, playing sports, singing, painting, business, sales, speaking, listening, cooking? The fact that you love, is directly related to your goal.
2. What do you do in your spare time?
Everything you do in your spare time is a sign of your goal. If you like to paint in your spare time, this is a “sign”. If you love to cook, it is a sign, if you like to talk it is a sign. Follow the instructions.
I love to learn in my spare time, I have an obsession with learning. Of course, my goal is to … teach.
What do you do in your spare time? What would you do if you had more free time? Do you want to learn to dance or to write a book?
3. What do you notice?
The seller sees lower sales, the barber drew attention to the hair, the designer observes the appearance of the surrounding objects, you can hear the mechanical failure in your car..
What do you notice? What annoys you?
I notice when information is not presented in a clear, practical and simplified form. This is a sign of my destination. I’m obsessed with practicality and simplicity. When I teach, I try to teach a very practical and simple way.
4. What do you love, what are you interested in?
What books or magazines do you like reading? Do you read about cooking, business. It is a sign. I always read about self-development, in particular, this applies to a successful life. Of course, it is also associated with a purpose – to teach people how to succeed.
What do you love, what are you interested in? Do you have a library and what books you have in the library?
5. What inspires and excites you?
Is it painting, design, construction, performance, or sales?
I often feel like a sculptor or an artist when I write. I carefully collect ideas on paper, ideas that influence people’s lives, this is a very creative process. Each word must be chosen for maximum impact.
What inspires, excites you? New recipes, car sites, books on psychology?
6. With what people are congratulating you?
What are you praised for? If no one likes how you cook, you probably will not be a good chef.
People make you compliments on your singing, or your selling skills, or ability to work with your computer? Again, this is a sign of your goal.
7. What would you do if you knew that you can not fail?
Do you want to open a beauty salon become a banker, start your own business? What would you do if your success was guaranteed? It is a sign of your purpose.
I would start to train people. Nothing is more important to me, how about you?
These questions are relevant to your goal. They point the direction to a certain goal. One question in itself does not reveal to you a goal, you have to look at all your answers holistically. Each answer is a piece of the puzzle, which is gathered, you can see his target.
Explore these questions and answers, and it will be easy on your way to the discovery of your purpose.
Thanks for reading!