I'm a purpose coach.
I help people figure out who they are and how to make the most of that so they can achieve their goals with less stress and more fun.
I've found that making the most of your purpose takes 4 things.
The first is to get clear on your purpose and for that I developed a process that only takes 2 questions.
So figuring out your purpose doesn't take long but you do need the other three to make the most of it.Click through to learn what those are.
Knowing my purpose has been really helpful. As things changed, I started to feel the overwhelm like everyone else but I reminded myself about who I am and what I offer the world. That helped me start thinking globally and from that I organized a 4 jour virtual healing event. That was wonderful for myself and the attendees.
- Christine Gold - Holistic Practitioner
I'm about people being stoked and that may sound funny in these times but it's so important. Thinking about it has me think about how can I help this person, in this situation and make the best of what is going on. I'm helping them get a handle on their debt and their cash flow in what ever way I can. And what I'm seeing is that when we can take that weight off their shoulders, they have the space to relax, feel comfortable and maybe even feel a little stoked. It's all baby steps at this point.
And personally, it's helping me figure out a way work and be with my family. We have a 4 year old it's tough to give him all the attention he needs. But when I think of bringing the stoke (which I write across the top of my todo list every day) it helps me get out of overwhelm and figure out ways to make things work.
- Kerry Ettinger - Mortgage Professional
Working remotely is something I had done before, and wasn't over the moon about doing it for a longer period of time. Particularly when you're responsible for young vulnerable lives as I am.
I was investigating within myself what would bring more excitement and enthusiasm to working from home this time around, so I spoke to the learners that I coach, and we had a creative session on what I could do, and what they would want me to do during isolation. Some of them were particularly nervous as their homes, were sadly not their "homes".
We talked about creating a YouTube channel, that wasn't about teaching math or English, as that wasn't my role. I was invited to run guided meditation, read books, offer advice on positivity and activity, and run general LIVE Q&As with them. This opened up to become a national project. Now, selfishly so, I cannot wait to begin working on this daily. Keeping myself and others engaged, entertained and best of all mentally stable!
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