Finding My Purpose When I Can’t Even Find My Keys

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Re-blogged from a gifted writer, Tabitha, at KnotSoSubtle.com.

Source: Finding My Purpose When I Can’t Even Find My Keys

Finding your purpose is like looking for a dropped piece of jewelry in a lake: It’s murky and dark, shiny things will fool you into thinking you’ve found the real deal; there are a million distractions; and if you’re me, you might actually drown.

 


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The Mental Trick You Can Use to Get Through Any Stressful Situation

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We all can use a little help now and then dealing with the stress we experience in life. You’ll want to print this re-blogged post from Chris Charyk at The Muse where he provides a simple mental trick to help you calm down and refocus.

The Mental Trick You Can Use to Get Through Any Stressful Situation

Simply put, it’s a four-step mental checklist to use anytime you want to add a burst of fresh energy, creativity, or insight to whatever is going on. The whole idea behind it is that by taking a very brief break—even less than one minute—you can determine the very best action to take in the moment.


 

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Here’s What to Remember When You’re Stressing About Not Being “The Best”

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If you’re a “striving for perfection” kind of person, like me, you definitely HAVE to read:

Here’s What to Remember When You’re Stressing About Not Being “The Best!”

This re-post from Kat Boogaard at The Muse provides all the right reasons for being YOUR best, not THE best. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this age-old process.

The world—and even your career—are constantly evolving and changing. What does this mean for you? Well, even if you do manage to attain the title of reigning champ for a brief, shining moment, it probably won’t last for too long.

 

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Have You Ever Googled Yourself?

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Source: Have You Ever Googled Yourself?

Don’t be afraid and just search! Google yourself regularly. Or better, set up a Google alert with your name. If you have a common name like “Jennifer Jones,” add your employer, hometown or other distinguishing factors about yourself to make the search/alert more accurate.

I actually do this quite often. I never like to be surprised about what information is out there in the Cyberworld.

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Inspiration for the New Year

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Re-blogged from   at Aha!Now

As we begin a new year, it strikes me that we’ve all had moments in our lives where we lack direction or inspiration. This post from Quinn Eurich, “How to Live a Meaningful Life Without Knowing Your Life’s Purpose,” really verbalized the process I went through a few short years ago when I dove into freelance writing and blogging.

I wanted to share her inspiring post for those that need a reminder why they got into writing in the first place or for those who are still searching for their “life’s purpose.”

Within you, just waiting for you to pay attention to them are the seeds of happiness and satisfaction.

It means all the potential you had as a child is still there. The things that didn’t have a chance to grow or didn’t grow well is just waiting for you to notice and nourish them.

All you have to do is figure out how to identify and encourage what you want to grow.

Check back and let me know if you found it helpful!

Happy New Year!

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