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Find Your Purpose in Life in 21 days

"I want to make a change in my life, to do something that's meaningful, to leave a mark on the world in a positive way. But I don't know what that "thing" is."

Does this sound familiar?

I hear this all of the time from my blog readers, podcast listeners, and coaching clients. I know the feeling well because I've been there too.

I once was a young (and not so young) INFJ trying to find my purpose in life. Once I figured out what it was, everything changed. I no longer felt helpless and lost. I now wake up every day knowing that I'm doing what I'm supposed to be doing.

Finding your purpose

I know it's my job to help INFJs as much as I possibly can. Because I studied purpose for so long, I have tons of information to share about it. It can be overwhelming to share it all, so I organized it in a way that makes the most sense and is the easiest to work through. I complied it all down to 21 points and I'm breaking them down in 21 days.

Day 1 - Getting Started

This week, on my podcast, I shared the first step to finding your purpose in 21 days. Listen below.

In the episode, I shared Day 1 of my 21-day purpose challenge. You can see the material I spoke about here: Getting Started.

The Purpose Challenge offers simple, structured daily lessons and exercises that will get you excited about your life's work and make it easy for you to figure out why you're here and what you're supposed to be doing.

I’ve mastered this practice through my own deep desire to live a meaningful life. Being me and giving myself as much attention and love as I give away is the most important thing I do every day. It’s kept me calm, healthy and grateful no matter what I may be going through.

You might find this kind of personal growth intimidating or think it’s impossible to make these kinds of changes, or that you don’t have time to dedicate to this challenge. I’m going to help you through those fears now!

I’ve laid out the plan for you and I’ll guide you every step of the way. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been looking for your purpose in life for years or are a complete beginner. All you have to do is show up.

And here’s my promise: By the end of this 21-day challenge, you’ll have a solid foundation of guidance, an improved knowledge of who you are and what you want, and a practical plan to move forward.

Day 2 - 10 Year Chunks

On day 2 we're looking at the biggest pain that you've ever felt in your life. Not physical pain, but emotional pain. Get access to day 2 right here.

Why do a challenge?

"If you wait until you're ready you'll be waiting for the rest of your life."

I'm sure you've heard this before. It's a cliche that's overused, but people use it so much because it's true.

A challenge offers you the opportunity to face your biggest challenges and get a transformation in 21 days! With a guided program you're challenged to make yourself a priority in the middle of work, school, and family obligations. This is a dedicated time for you to focus on you and give yourself the love and attention that you deserve.

When gratitude and listening to your inner guidance become your habits, your life will change forever. Each day of this challenge will help you feel surrounded with support.

21 Days to Find Your Purpose

Here's a look at what's covered in the challenge:

  1. What does the world want?

  2. 10-year chunks

  3. One word

  4. Ikigai: a reason for being

  5. What do you really want to do?

  6. What you do want and what you don’t want

  7. The best careers that INFJs thrive in

  8. Confront the fear that’s holding you back

  9. Impostor syndrome

  10. Overthinking to doing

  11. Do it messy

  12. You’ve come so far

  13. Your dreams should scare you

  14. How can you help?

  15. Confront your inner monster

  16. Challenge yourself to do something new

  17. Make a plan

  18. Accountability is everything

  19. Help someone

  20. Make a decision and make it the right decision

  21. How to keep it going

Ready to get started?

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