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🌷 FINDING PURPOSE ☀️ . Let’s get existential for a moment. We all have an important moment in life (or multiple moments across our lives) when we ask ourselves - 'Why am I here?' or even bigger than that ‘What am I here to do?’ . This type of question often comes up on the back of burnout, heart break, break-ups and life changing moments. These are the moments that often make us question where we have been directing our energy. They ultimately serve to bring us some awareness of whether this direction is right for us. . To quote Viktor Frankl from his book ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’: ‘Those who have a ‘why' to live, can bear almost any how’. . That’s coming from a man who survived a Nazi concentration camp. Yet, regardless of circumstances, this search for purpose seems to be part of our human nature. . I’ve found that in the self-help (and also business) world, purpose is almost this ridiculous false holy grail. It’s shown as an over-intellectualised, fixed thing that you’ll arrive at in one clean line of copy, something like ‘We/I exist to make the world a better place' (a la Simon Sinek). I guess the promise is that once you’ve nailed this, then you’ll be able to know you have purpose and life will be complete…or so the marketing myth goes. . I want to challenge this whole notion and suggest to you that purpose is not a destination, it’s not something you can 'left-brain' create, and it is most definitely not a line starting with 'WHY'. In fact it’s totally ok to not be able to put your purpose into words. Just think of great leaders like the @dalailama or @franciscus , they don’t go around espousing a written line ‘Why’ they exist, yet we ‘know’ they have deep and true purpose. . So, let’s re-frame the whole thing as what it is. Our purpose is actually more like our internal compass. It’s already programmed inside us. It’s drives our interests, and more importantly is like a gauge for our energy.