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How To Find Your Purpose

“What is my purpose?”

It’s a question that many have told me they are dealing with, and one that I’ve struggled with myself.

In fact, I was 44 years old and still asking the age-old question: “What do I want to be when I grow up?”

Sound familiar?

If you are in your 30’s, 40’s, 50’s or beyond, and questioning the reason for your existence, I want you to know that you are not alone.

And more importantly: it is NEVER too late to find your passion or seek your purpose.

On today’s Jacquie Straight Up, I share my top tips on how you CAN find your purpose, regardless of your age, economic situation, or relationship status. Click above to watch.

Remember, everything you’re been through right up until this moment is all preparation for your magnificent future. You are exactly where you are meant to be, right now.

But it is also important to note that if you are craving purpose and passion, it’s a definite sign that NOW is the time to do something about it.

How? Seek and you shall find. Leave no stone unturned. Go down all paths that beckon you even slightly. Read, explore, challenge yourself. Keep looking.

Ask yourself: What do I love to do? What things do I love? What am I good at? What have you put off because you’ve been focused on “something to fall back on?”

Answer these questions, and then focus on the answers.

And, of course, ask for guidance from your spirit guide — God, the Universe, whatever. Ask for signs, and ask daily.

Never forget: When we are relentless in our pursuit, the Universe conspires with us, and the answers start to reveal themselves.

Thank-you for watching today’s episode. If you’ve enjoyed it, please hit the like button and share with your friends. It will help them…and your sharing helps me, too.

Also, I’d love to hear from you. Please leave a comment below and let me know your biggest challenge or your best tips on how to find your purpose.

Sending love and strength,

  • Cassandra
    Posted at 11:28h, 03 June Reply

    Oh wow…thanks Jacquie. I was really struggling this week….career….my dreams…just my life overall. I’m 37 years old and feeling lost. What you said really hit home. I needed this!!!

    • Cherenne
      Posted at 19:11h, 03 June Reply

      I am 37 and going through the same thing too. Work is all consuming, leaving scant time to reflect. I am studying too to branch off into another avenue of career, and the two are in conflict, leaving both only half successful. As a single mom, I often feel my purpose is to provide for my kids, which leaves little room for my needs and preferences. But as mentioned, I will keep trying, till the eureka moment and the right door opens.

      • Jacquie
        Posted at 10:11h, 04 June Reply

        Great attitude Cherenne and yes, keep looking!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 10:09h, 04 June Reply

      yay! You are welcome Cassandra!

  • Lori
    Posted at 11:41h, 03 June Reply

    Hi Jacquie. I’m 56 years old and dealing with an empty nest. My whole life has been dedicated to raising my four children. They have all moved out now and are scattered across the country. I barely see them. The reality is that I put my dreams and goals on hold for years because I was just so busy. You’ve inspired me to start dreaming again.

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 10:11h, 04 June Reply

      So good to hear Lori – Dream away!

  • Deb
    Posted at 11:43h, 03 June Reply

    This is so awesome, thanks Jacquie!!!!!!

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 10:12h, 04 June Reply

      You are welcome Deb!

  • Erin
    Posted at 04:15h, 04 June Reply

    Thanks ever so much for sharing. I was an executive had a stroke at 35 and I am rebuilding. But I can again walk and talk. It’s a progress of 8 years and I love your chats then refocus me. Your fab.

    • Jacquie
      Posted at 10:13h, 04 June Reply

      wow Erin – What a great attitude you have! Congratulations on your progress! Keep us posted…

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