MKS: Finding Your Authentic Purpose

If you want to be fulfilled, happy, content, and experience inner peace and ultimate fulfillment, it is critical that you learn how to find your passion and life purpose. Without a life purpose as the compass to guide you, your goals and action plans may not ultimately fulfill you.

Your life purpose consists of the central motivating aims of your life—the reasons you get up in the morning. Purpose can guide life decisions, influence behavior, shape goals, offer a sense of direction, and create meaning. For some people, purpose is connected to vocation—meaningful, satisfying work.

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Lori and Lucinda guides and coaches in the Master Key Experience program offered this as a gift to you. It was all about finding your true purpose… This program was a 3-part fun, interactive, program that ran just about an hour for each part. They were short and fun.  

Taking Charge of Your Life!

Lori and Lucinda told us our Life Purpose works hand-in-hand with our values and, combined, give us the unwavering belief in what we stand for and ensures us to live our life by design, not someone else’s making. Doing this will make us happier and fulfilled. Especially when doing what’s most important to us AND expressing it in every part of our life.

Lori and Lucinda told us one way to truly know ourself and experience fulfillment is to get in touch with our Life Purpose.  With the frenetic pace of life, business, and career pressures, it can be easy to be distracted and start living a life that is not aligned with our purpose in life.

Have you ever felt miserable and as if your life is going nowhere, or not in the direction you thought it would? If so, read on!

Richard Lieder, who wrote ‘The Power of Purpose’ said:

“Purpose is the conscious choice of what, where, and how to make a positive contribution to our world. It is the theme, quality or passion we choose to center our lives around.”

After working with people all over the world, Lori and Lucinda came to believe that each of us is born with a unique life purpose.

Identifying, acknowledging, and honoring this purpose is perhaps the most important action successful people take. They take the time to understand what they are here to do – and then they pursue that with passion and enthusiasm.

For some, our purpose and passion in life is obvious and clear. They are born with a set of talents and through persistent practice, They develop their talents into skills.

For some people, though, it is not as easy to identify a passion. You may even have asked yourself at one point or another, “What should I do with my life?”  “What is my passion?” or “What is my life purpose.”

Alternatively, you may enjoy what you do, but on deeper exploration, discover that you are passionate about something altogether different than what you do.

Let us imagine you are now successful and rich and have a huge influence on the world. You have spent your early years building a company that develops – say – business networks, that people in poor countries can use. Your company makes a nice profit, and people all around the world look up to you because you seem to be successful, rich and have a positive influence on the world.

You now check all the boxes of what you thought your purpose in life was 10 years ago. Are you happy? No. Because in the process of fulfilling your life purpose, you have had to sacrifice other things, like:

  • Dating and finding a loving partner
  • Spending time with your family
  • Going on holidays with your friends
  • Getting kids
  • Traveling the world
  • Running a marathon
  • Etc.
  • Etc.

[1]: Do You Really Know Your Life Purpose?

  • There is no cap on the number of passions we could pursue. Yet, our life purpose often feels just out of view. There are many reasons why you may not know your life purpose. Sometimes it is because the world’s problems seem too big. Or we seem too small.

There are a lot of commonly known purposes in life you are now considering, like:

  • Providing for your family
  • Living a successful life
  • Making positive connections with others and enjoying those around you
  • Traveling the world
  • Fighting the declining condition of our planet
  • Etc.

[2]: Are you questioning the meaning and purpose of your life?

  • You know your life purpose consists of the central motivating aims of your life—the reasons you get up in the morning.
  • You know your purpose can guide life decisions, influence behavior, shape goals, offer a sense of direction, and create meaning.
  • You know the following things can be seen as a purpose in your life:
  • Solving problems by thinking outside the box
  • Making positive connections with others and enjoying those around you
  • Teaching other entrepreneurs how to deal with small business
  • Making things
  • Leaving the world, a better place
  • Empowering others
  • Providing for your family
  • Living a successful life
  • Etc.

But these things can all be thought of as things that simply make you a happier person.

  • Even though you have to define your own purpose in life, it is still interesting to read about other people’s purposes. 
·“My purpose in life is to solve problems by changing the status quo”
·“My purpose in life is making positive connections with others and enjoying those around me”
·“My purpose in life is to teach other independent business owners how to positively build their business to help their families”
·“My purpose in life is to leave a legacy for my family”
·“My purpose in life is to use my writing to better the world”
·“My purpose in life is to empower myself to empower others”

[3]: You are asking how to find your passion and life purpose?

  • If you want to be fulfilled, happy, content, and experience inner peace and ultimate fulfillment, it is critical that you learn how to find your passion and life purpose after all these years.
  • If you want to be fulfilled, happy, content, and experience inner peace and ultimate fulfillment, it is critical that you learn how to find your passion and life purpose after all these years.

[4]: Are you asking what truly gives your life meaning?

  • You are wondering what truly gives your life meaning. The truth is, what gives our lives purpose and meaning changes over time. It particularly changes after a big life event or crisis. Some self-reflection is a good way to start discovering what truly matters to you.

[5]: Are You Seeking Proven Steps to Finding Your Life Purpose

Lori and Lucinda told us:

  1. No-one can define your life purpose for you.

Your life purpose is something within you which firstly begins in deciding that YOU matter – YOU are unique and different from everyone else and YOU are special.

They told us for 15 minutes each morning, take some time out to sit in a room free of distractions. Look upon this time as an opportunity to sit quietly and concentrate on just being in the moment.

Observe your breath and let your mind empty itself of trying to sort out the day’s problems. Instead, focus on you and experience a comfort within yourself.

This may not come naturally at first and you may find your mind filling with your ‘to do list’. When you do, stop, concentrate on an object in the room or the nice scenery outside and clear your mind.

Lori and Lucinda told us to find out what matters to you and define your life purpose, requires delving into your life from various angles to discover any matching themes.

Block out an hour in your diary, then find a nice quiet spot to answer these questions. In doing so, listen to your inner intuition – the little voice inside you.

What does it immediately say to you? Write it down and forget about making the words or sentences perfect. Just jot down what comes to your mind. Ask yourself:

  • What do you love doing in your spare time or when working?
  • What activities are you currently doing that you enjoy?
  • What do you naturally do well?
  • What are your 10 greatest successes throughout your life so far? (Note: this is not what someone else thinks, this is what YOU think)
  • What causes do you feel passionate about?
  • What are the 10 most important lessons you have learned in life?
  • What things do people normally ask your help for?
  • If money were not an issue, what daydream would you be fulfilling right now?
  • Imagine you are writing your own eulogy. What things do you want to be remembered for at the end of your life?
  • Picture yourself at 80 or 90 years old. You are happy, content with life, and feeling very blessed at everything life has gifted to you. Your mind wanders to your family, your friends and other relationships and you give a happy sigh… your heart skips a beat remembering everything you have achieved in your life. Reflecting on everything your life has been made up of over the last 80/90 years, what matters to you most?
  • How would your life be different today if you knew it was impossible to fail
  • Once you have answered your questions it is time to look for the common themes that have emerged.

What patterns do you see? What seems to matter the most to you? If you are unsure of what the patterns are or what they mean, then consider asking a family member, friend, or career coach to help you in defining the themes.

Lori and Lucinda told us once you have defined your life purpose, do not let it sit in your head.

Next step is to write your Mission Statement.

By writing down your own personal mission statement that is your life purpose, you are giving yourself permission to live by your life purpose and providing a tangible reminder each day of who you are and how you are living your life by your own design.

A Mission Statement is made of three parts.

1) Your talents and values – this is the essence of who you are

2) What you wish to accomplish and what contributions you believe you bring to the world – yourself and others

3) Quantifying your life purpose – the measurable results you wish to achieve by living out your life purpose – i.e. how will you know when you are truly living your life purpose?

When writing your life purpose use positive words and eliminate such things as “I should”.  There are no ‘shoulds’ in a life purpose… your purpose is made of ‘I will”.

Express yourself in the present tense, even if you may not necessarily be living all aspects of your life purpose in the present tense, at this point in time.

Once you have written your Mission Statement that clearly expresses your Life Purpose, do not hide it in a draw. 

Display it proudly on your wall where you can see it every day. If you wanted to take it, one step further – and why not?  – then consider getting your Mission Statement designed and printed, then framed. The design could encapsulate in a visual way how you live your life purpose.

We love what George Bernard Shaw has to say about a purpose:

“This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being thoroughly worn out before you are thrown on the scrap heap; the being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.”

Are you waiting for the world to make you happy, or are you going to design your own purpose and mission in life to make yourself happy?

Ten Finding Purpose Tips.

Lori and Lucinda gave us some purpose finding tips and exercises to answr your question why are we here. They are:

1. Explore the Things You Love to Do & What Comes Easy to You

We are all born with a deep and meaningful purpose that we have to discover.

Your purpose is not something you need to make up; it is already there. You have to uncover it in order to create the life you want. You may ask yourself, “What is my purpose in life?” 

You can begin to discover your passion or your purpose by exploring two things:

  1. What do you love to do?
  2. What comes easily to you?

Of course, it takes work to develop your talents- even the most gifted person still has to practice-but it should feel natural, like rowing downstream rather than upstream.

2. Ask Yourself What Qualities You Enjoy Expressing the Most in the World

First, ask yourself, “What are two qualities I most enjoy expressing in the world? 

Second, ask yourself, “What are two ways I most enjoy expressing these qualities? 

3. Create a Life Purpose Statement

Take a few moments and write a description of what the world would look like if it were operating perfectly according to you.

4. Follow Your Inner Guidance (What Is Your Heart Telling You?)

What if we told you that you have your own guidance system within you that can help you get from where you are in life to where you want to go?

It is called your inner GPS. Your inner GPS is similar to the GPS system you use in your car or on your phone. It tells you how to get from point A to point B.

When you get in your car and are heading to a specific destination, what is the first thing you input into your GPS?

First, it finds your current location. Once it is determined where you are, it gives you directions to where you are heading.

For the system to work, it simply needs to know your beginning location and your end destination. The navigation system figures out the rest by the use of an onboard computer that receives signals from multiple satellites and calculates your exact position. Then it plots a perfect course for you.

All you have to do from that point on is follow the instructions it gives you to reach your destination.

Decide Where You Want to Go

All you have to do is decide where you want to go by clarifying your vision, then lock in your destination through goal setting, affirmations, and visualization, and then start taking the actions that will move you in the right direction.

With every picture you visualize, you are “inputting” the destination you want to get to.

Every time you express a preference for something, you are expressing an intention.

A table by the window, front row seats at a conference, first-class tickets, a room with an ocean view, or a loving relationship.

All these images and thoughts are sending requests to the universe.

If you stay out of its way—meaning you don’t interrupt the process with a stream of negative thoughts, doubts, and fears, your inner GPS will keep unfolding the next steps along your route as you continue to move forward.

In other words, once you clarify and then stay focused on your vision (you can do this with a vision board or meditation), the exact steps will keep appearing along the way in the form of internal guidance, creating ideas, and new opportunities.

5. Be Clear About Your Life Purpose

Once you are clear about what you want and keep your mind constantly focused on it, the how will keep showing up—sometimes just when you need it and not a moment earlier.

You were born with an inner guidance that tells you when you are on or off course by the amount of joy you are experiencing. The things that bring you the greatest joy are in alignment with your purpose and will get you to where you want to go.

When you present your goals to the universe with all its powerful technology, you will be surprised and dazzled by what it delivers. This is where the magic and miracles truly happen.

Take some time to think honestly and openly about where you currently are in your life and what you want to do with your life.

What is your financial status? How are your relationships going? How is your health? And so on…

Next, think about where you would like to be.

If your life were perfect right now, what would it look like? What kind of job would you have and where would you be living? By continually doing this exercise, you will send powerful triggers to your subconscious mind to help you get there.

6. Conduct a Passion Test

Developed by Chris and Janet Attwood, The Passion Test is a simple, yet elegant, process. You start by filling in the blank 15 times for the following statement: “When my life is ideal, I am ___.” The word(s) you choose to fill in the blank must be a verb.

When I was taken through the process, my statements looked like this:

  • My life is ideal when I am being of service to massive numbers of people.
  • My life is ideal when I am helping people with their vision.
  • My life is ideal when I am speaking to large groups.
  • My life is ideal when I am being part of my business leaders’ network.
  • My life is ideal when I am creating a core group of ongoing independent business owners and trainers who feel identified and profiting with my organization.

Once you have created 15 statements, you identify the top 5 choices.

To do this, you compare statements #1 and #2 to identify which is most important. Take the winner of that comparison and decide whether it is more or less important than statement #3.

Then take the winner of that comparison and decide whether it is more or less important than statement #4, and so on until you have identified the passion that is most meaningful to you.

Repeat the process with the remaining 14 statements to identify your second choice. Then repeat the process until you have pinpointed your top 5 passions in life.

Next, create markers for each of your top five passions, so that you can look at your life and easily tell whether you are living that passion.

Once you know what your passions are and how your life will look when you are living it, you can create action plans to turn your dreams into reality.

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7. Think About the Times You’ve Experienced the Greatest Joy in Your Life

Another technique you can use to help you identify your purpose is to conduct a joy review. Simply set aside about 30 minutes and make a list of all the times you have felt the greatest joy in your life.

(When I did this it was when I was a high school graduate, when I was a US Army Special Forces member, when I was a graduate from the University of San Francisco, when I was a graduate from San Francisco State Univrsity, when I was the owner of my own business, when I was conducting workshops and teaching at three California Universities, when I was telling working as a minister in my church, when I was with my wife and children, etc.)

Then look for a pattern among all these times.

In my case, it was when I was teaching, and when I was inspiring and empowering people to go for their dreams and to have more life, joy, and abundance in their lives.

Since we know that joy is part of your internal guidance system telling you when you are on course, you can determine a lot about your life purpose from completing this joy review.

8. Follow This Example of Finding Purpose

Look back over your life and answer the question, When have you felt most fulfilled?

What is common to all of these experiences?

Noticing if any of your experiences related to your profession. What is your most fulfilling experiences doing what you are doing.

Take Time for Yourself

This was a turning point in your life. While you still may want to serve people, remember you have a right to take care of yourself, your mind, your body, and your needs.

9. Align Your Goals with Your Life Purpose and Passions

We are all gifted with a set of talents and interests that tell us what we are supposed to be doing. Once you know what your life purpose is, organize all of your activities around it. Everything you do should be an expression of your purpose. If an activity or goal does not fit that formula, do not work on it.

Aligning with your purpose is most critical when setting professional goals. When it comes to personal goals, you have more flexibility.

If you want to learn how to paint or water ski, go ahead and do so. If your goal is to get fit and lose weight, move ahead with confidence. Nurturing yourself emotionally, physically, and spiritually will make you more energized, resilient, and motivated to live your purpose on the professional front.

However, do not ignore the signs that your job or career is not right for you. If you dread Monday mornings and live for the weekends, it may be a sign that it is time to follow your heart and pursue the work you long to do.

10. Lean into Your True-Life Purpose

Once you have gained more clarity about your purpose, you do not need to completely overhaul your life completely all at once. Instead, just lean into it, bit by bit.

You have got big dreams and ambitions. Always ask yourself:

  • Am I where you want to be?
  • Have I accomplished all I thought I would by now?
  • Am I enjoying the lifestyle, travel, weekends, and leisure pursuits I have always dreamed of?
  • Do you want a more fulfilling life, career or business?
  • Could your relationships be deeper, more rewarding, and more meaningful?

If not, we would like to challenge you to up-level every single aspect of your life, career, and lifestyle, STARTING NOW.  Listen to: Interview with The Devil – The Secret to Freedom and Success – Napoleon Hill (1) Interview With The Devil – The Secret To Freedom And Success – Napoleon Hill – YouTube

We believe with the right tools, everyone can cultivate a mindset of success, and discover their greatest life purpose.

My authentic purpose in life is: to empower myself and others to generate massive waves of ABUNDANCE, PROSPERITY, HEALTH and LEGACIES for others and myself prior to 2023 as I share my networking businesses with 2000 or more people and earn $560,000+ annually for independent business owners, partners and myself. I am thrilled, joyful and grateful to be sharing my businesses with over 20,000 people by 2023, earning in excess of $560,000+ annually for my independent business owners, partners and family.”

Now, we want to hear from you!

Do you want to share your purpose in life? Do you feel like you do not have a purpose in life?

If you feel like you are stuck, or you need a breakthrough, contact us. We would love to hear more from you. Contact Michael Kissinger

Phone 415-678-9965

Email: mjkkissinger@yahoo.com

Published by Sydney Reitenbach

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