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Redeem (cash in) Your Purpose

March 18, 2010

Aristotle said living well and doing well are the same as being happy.  True happiness demands delayed gratification, but it promises abiding joy. True happiness is the sustained contentment and sense of well-being you feel when you’re in the right place at the right time, doing exactly what you ought to be doing, for the right reason. This is the feeling you get when you live out your purpose.

Your purpose is a lot like a manufacturer’s coupon:

  • It is good for a limited time (corresponding to the expiration date on your tombstone),
  • it’s worth nothing until you redeem it, and
  • once you redeem it your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Does that resonate with you? Is there a passion burning inside that might cause you to explode if you don’t find a release valve? Or, has a once burning passion faded to a mere flicker? I can tell you from experience that it’s never too late to say “Yes.” But if you hesitate too long, your passion may disappear altogether.

Ten years ago I really started to click with my purpose. Now I want to give others the benefit of my experience. My goal is to help as many people as possible discover their purpose and redeem it for personal benefit, community improvement, and affirmation of the Creator. If that sounds good to you, I invite you to subscribe to email updates via this blog.

You may be well on your way to redeeming your purpose; if so, I’d like to hear about it and invite you to join me in the crusade. The story of your purpose redemption needs to be told and may inspire others to go and do likewise!

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