How To Find Your Purpose In Life – Today!

You have a purpose. You were born for a reason.

Do you believe that?

You’ve probably asked yourself questions like these many times: “Who am I?” or “Why am I here?” or “What am I meant to be doing with my life?” In fact, it’s rare to meet anyone who hasn’t asked themselves these or other similar questions many, many times. I know I have!

Well, now is your chance to stop searching for the purpose of your life and articulate it (which is the first step to living it).

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
– Mark Twain

The key to discovering your purpose in life can be discovered more easily than you might think. It isn’t complicated, yet it often remains a mystery to most people.

A well articulated life’s purpose is usually only a short phrase or a sentence at the very most. And, although it’s just a sentence or two, it’s amazing how much power the words can have when you use them to shape your thoughts…your feelings… your actions… and your life.

A life’s purpose is the powerful force that not only leads you to realising your goals, but that also provides a context for your goals to come true. So start down the path of discovering your life’s purpose today. No future is complete without one.

Take the time to do the exercises in this video so you can articulate your life’s purpose and find the fulfilment and peace you are searching for.

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  1. Hi Colin,

    I have been aiming to slow down lately. This busy to get nowhere has been draining for sure. Literally there is so much to do and learn. But all of it needs slowing down and organizing to study and learn properly. I will watch this lesson again.

    For now I will say my purpose is to find gratitude for all that I have in life and visualize for what I want to bring in next to take responsibility for my live fully.

    Thanks again for your wonderful wisdom. Much love to you and your family.


    • Hey Neetha, great to hear from you and nice purpose statement.

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