I remember thinking that my purpose had to look like Beyonce or Oprah or <insert any big name>.
Quite frankly, I didn’t want to be that. I had zero desire to be in front of everybody doing anything.
I’ve always been a behind-the-scenes type of person and the thought of giving that up to do my purpose terrified me.
In my mind, a life coach (or therapist, as I thought at the time) was not even an option. It was way too small. It wouldn’t make a huge impact on the world. The world wouldn’t know me.
I wouldn’t be ending world hunger or performing on stage or curing cancer or creating the next household name gadget.
I simply wanted to help a few people feel better…from my little cocoon.
So I continued to push my desires down and believed that this was just the way it was. Maybe I was meant to do my corporate job forever.
Until I actually found my purpose. Then I knew that it had nothing to do any of that. I was excited about actually doing the work and helping people everyday. I felt like I was doing something meaningful. It didn’t matter that the world didn’t know my name or that it wasn’t this huge undertaking (although it’s much bigger than I thought it would be. Lol.).
I knew that it was exactly what I was put here to do. I was fulfilled. And that was everything.
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