Questions to discover your purpose
To discover your purpose, try asking yourself these questions.


Question # 1: What is your story? The purpose is often hidden in the stories that a person or an organization can tell about her / his / its past.

Question # 2: What are you feeling that your purpose needs to be? Evolutionary purpose means that people listen and help each other grow into what she / he / it / they need to be.

Question # 3: What do people, you serve every day, really need?

Question # 4: What values do you have? 4.a.: What was your last moment of true happiness? Why was this moment for you a moment of true happiness? 4.b.: What would you miss the most, if it was taken away from you? Why is this what you would miss the most, if it was taken away from you? 4.c.: What do you invest / spend the money, that you earn, in / on? Why do you invest / spend the money, you earn, on this? 4.d.: Whom do you admire the most?Why do you admire this person the most? 4.e.: When were you at your best? Why were you at your best then?

Some advantages of having a purpose: 1. People with a purpose do better work. 2. Meaningful work can be very motivational. 3. People with a purpose are self driven. 4. Having a purpose enhances self esteem. 5. Having a purpose leads to higher levels of fulfillment in work. 6. External people can participate in living out the purpose.

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To discover your purpose, try asking yourself and/or have another help you ask the questions mentioned. Working for a purpose / a cause, you will find that, for example, you do better work, are self driven and can involve others in helping live out the purpose.

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