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Now is a great time to find your purpose. Today, I’ll help you find your purpose in a very simple way. You can use your purpose to get more out of work and life, every single day. In this post, I’ll share an exercise you can use to find your purpose with skill.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Jeff Goins on his lessons learned from making a living as a writer. Jeff is author of the book, Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life. Jeff is also author of The Writer’s Manifesto, a small, free eBook to help you fall back in love with writing. It’s about getting back to the heart and art of writing for writing’s sake.
Ikigai (eek-y-guy) is an Okinawan word that roughly translated means, “The reason for which you wake up in the morning.” Ikigai, or, your “sense of purpose”, is very personal experience – and it manifests itself in many ways.