A Perfect Purpose

Do you sometimes wonder what your purpose really is? Or have you worked for many years only to feel that you are somehow missing something important?

Don’t worry… there is no such thing as a perfect purpose… purpose tends to evolve- though you will often find similarities and patterns that have been revealed to you  over the years.

I have found that even though, throughout my life, I have pursued different opportunities, my core purpose has remained stable. I have always felt fulfilled through mentoring, training, and development.

To help you find and align with your purpose, ask questions like- What is meaningful to me? Where am I an expert? What flows easily for me? What do I love? When you are asking these questions- avoid trying to squeeze yourself into  others expectations or what you think you “should” be doing- you may come up with a whole new business idea or career path that aligns with a heartfelt purpose… be creative and open.  As you see purpose and live a life “on purpose”- you can measure new opportunities agains the backdrop of your life of purpose- when you sense alignment- it is a “go” and if not- a “no-go”.

Being in alignment is a key to happiness, success, and peace of mind.

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by Sheri Kaye Hoff, MA, CGCL Your Inspired Action Success Coach. Sheri Kaye Hoff is a Life Coach and transformational author of multiple books. She is a leadership expert, keynote speaker, international radio show guest,  podcast host, and workshop leader with 20 years of coaching, mentoring, consulting,  training and development experience. Visit Sheri at http://www.lifeisjoyful.org




Sheri Kaye Hoff, MA, CGCL.

Your Inspired Action Success Coach. Life Coach and Transformational Author of multiple books.


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