Finding Your Life Purpose To Live An Extraordinary Life
When a person finds their life purpose, amazing things start to happen in life. Usually these people love what they do, can do it for years and still have fun, and usually make amazing amounts of money. In almost all cases it is about living their life purpose. As you read this article, I will shed light on how you can find your life purpose.
You have a purpose in life. This purpose you have for your life is one that can take you out of the 9-5 drudgery. It is one that can allow you to get up feeling amazing on a Monday morning!
If you have any such feeling at the moment, then you are indeed living your life purpose. More the feeling of you are living your life purpose, the more you actually are living your life purpose!
To get there however, you will need to know your life purpose. The problem is that most people don’t know what their life purpose is. So, a dilemma begins as people search and search, but can’t find.
Finding your life purpose is a simple process, and it also needs some looking over your life. And looking at the things that you like and dislike. When people look for their life purpose, they often believe that it is something of divine inspiration. The truth is that such a view can often keep us from living our life purpose.
There are ways to find your life purpose however, and looking over your life can show you some interesting tell tale signs. These could be such things as your hobbies, and what you like to do.
In today’s world, where we have all different jobs by time we retire, we are more likely to find that balance of our purpose. For example, you will likely go through a complete career change in a life time.
This change can give you indications. Ask yourself – out of all the jobs you have done, which inspires you most? Which do you feel in total synergy with?
These glimpses can give you a good indication of your life purpose. The next step becomes to do more of it. See how you feel about it. You may find that you find your life purpose and it is time for a career change or you may just find that you are indeed doing your life purpose.
Also look at your hobbies, and consider what do you like about your hobbies. Not always is your hobby a route for living your life purpose, as sometimes we can do things which allow us to live a stress free life. This applies even with actually living your life purpose, where you may have other interests which allow you to live a balanced life.
Being a person who lives their life purpose, I can say that it requires a lot of soul searching, and looking over what is important from what is simply living the day to day aspect.
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Director: Parris Goebel
Production Companies: SB Projects and Bieber Time Films
Executive Producers: Justin Bieber and Scott “Scooter” Braun
Producers: Justin Bieber, Scott “Scooter” Braun, Parris Goebel, and Allison Kaye
Associate Producer: Cori Weber
Shoot Coordinator: Cyndi Dumo
Filmed and Edited By: Jose Omar Hernandez
Colorist: Arianna Pane
Big Thanks: Brett Goebel
Choreographer: Parris Goebel
2nd Unit DP: Josh Lehnerd and John Hafner
Stylists: Parris Goebel, Danielle Maas and Tracy Knight
Groomer: Florido Basallo
Makeup: Taylor Tompkins and Valene Del Rosario
Dancers: Samaria Barnes, Logan Hassel, Marissa Heart, Taylor Knight, Pauline Mata, and Simrin Player
Written By: Justin Bieber, Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, Stephen Philibin, Eben Wares, Jeremy Snyder and Scott ‘Scooter” Braun
Published By: Bieber Time Publishing | Universal Music (ASCAP), Poo BZ Inc. (ASCAP), Noise Violation (ASCAP), Eben Out West (ASCAP), Jeremy Snyder Music (ASCAP) and Scooterfish Publishing (ASCAP)
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