Almost all of us had that friend in high school (shoot, maybe even elementary school) who knew exactly what they wanted to do with their life. How do we know? Because they said something like, “I want to be a lawyer,” and shocker of all shockers, they are currently practicing law.
Then there are those of us who have declared different vocation at least once a year, changed our major (and minor) in college more than a few times and although we have a steady gig, somehow, we still don’t feel very fulfilled. If someone were to ask us right now what our purpose is, we’d find a way to change the subject.
If this is you, there is no time like the present to find the answer to the “What is your purpose in life?” question.
Don’t worry, the steps that we’re about to provide you are relatively painless and won’t require a lot of time. All you need is a piece of paper, a pen (well, a pencil because you might want to edit your initial answers) and some peace and quiet so that you can give this all some serious thought.
In the meantime, know this. You are here for a reason and that is to manifest your purpose.
Accepting that is the first step to figuring out just what your purpose is.