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.
Every Christmas, I always get in my dose of Ebenezer Scrooge. It reminds me of the power of the present, and our ability to change overnight. The present is fast fading. Live it and love it. For soon it will be gone. As the lights faded to black, the delivery of that line, along with the scenes from Scrooge’s life really helped to punctuate the point … life is short … embrace what you’ve got, and live life fully.
One of my favorite new books is The Undefeated Mind, by Dr. Alex Lickerman. It’s a powerful book that helps you cultivate your inner strength to face hard times with a fearless heart. It's more than a book. It's a set of tools for life.
This is a guest post by Dani DiPirro of Positively Present on how to live happily ever after, now. Now is all we have, and Dani writes to support the idea that life is best lived if it's lived right now with a positive attitude.
10 Steps to Finding Your Happy Place is a great weave of quotes, stories, insight, and action. It's easy to relate to. It's a smart book, with sound advice. It puts the science of happiness on your side, both in a daily way and for the long haul.