You have gifts to offer the world. There are activities you’re drawn to and naturally excel at. You have experiences that are unique to you. When you live your purpose, you do more of the things you’re meant to do. Regardless of what society expects of you. Or what you were told as a child.
This doesn’t mean your life becomes easy. Living your purpose is painful and challenging work. You must overcome doubt and fear of judgement. Find the courage to be different or follow a new path.
But the rewards make the journey worthwhile. When you live your purpose you make your greatest contribution. You feel more alive. And you create a legacy you’re proud of.
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