In my interviews with highly successful woman—women making high six- and seven-figures–I was struck by how they all seemed possessed by an almost divine sense of purpose.
I was reminded of a quote from Joan of Arc: “I am not afraid. I was born to do this.”
That’s how a Higher Purpose feels. You must do this, no matter what happens, no matter how frightened you are, no matter how impossible it seems.
Purposes can range from the blatantly ambitious (create world peace) to the seemingly trivial (lead a simple life).
I swear, something happens when you clarify your purpose—angels appear, the way is shown, and opportunities occur, often disguised as coincidences
Some of you may know your purpose. Others haven’t a clue.
Here’s an exercise that I’ve found quite helpful. I urge you to do it with a clean slate—give up any preconceived idea and listen for whatever your soul wants to tell you.
Finish each sentence with the first word, or words, that come to your mind.
Your responses to these statements hold the clues to your purpose. Based on what you wrote down, what do you think your purpose might be? Share in the comments below.