If you have been following my articles since January, you know that I have focused on what women have said they want more of and many are looking for purpose in their life.
According to Martin E. P. Seligman, author of Authentic Happiness, being on a Meaningful Life Path consists of using your signature strengths in the service of something that you believe is larger than you are. Many personal development books, workshops and life coaches today talk about how to find your purpose in life, how to define your legacy, or how to feel as though you are making a contribution to the world.
Unless we take the time to reflect on our past, our present and our future, the meaning in our life isn’t always so apparent. I suggest you take about 15 minutes of quiet time today and consider: Do you know what your purpose is? Do you have meaning in your life? Where does your meaning in life come from? What do you want as your life’s legacy? Is your legacy reflected in your current work? Do you know what your strengths are and are you using them to create a meaningful life? Do you make choices based on time and money or do you make choices that bring you closer to your meaning in life?
Kim Wolinski, MSW suggests that “The question is not ‘What if I die tomorrow?’ It is, ‘What if I live another 20 or 30 years the way I am?’” Obviously, this is a good reminder that it is never too early or too late to make a change.
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Contact Karen Caprino-Burg at 317-828-3061 or Karen@WomenChangingLives.net.