Your life purpose in 15 questions

Questions to ask yourself to find your life purpose.

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Take your time in answering these questions and go with what feels right. We make changes due to feelings more than thoughts. Listen to your intuition. Sit quietly with a journal or pad of paper, close your eyes and ask yourself these questions one by one. When you get an answer right it down in your journal.

  1. When I was between 5-10 Years old I loved…
  2. I lose track of time when I am…
  3. I feel really good when I’m…
  4. If I knew I would succeed I would…
  5. If money wasn’t an issue I would love to spend my time…
  6. Three things people love about me are…
  7. Three things I love about myself are…
  8. If I was not afraid of what other people thought I would…
  9. My favorite things to do in my free time are…
  10. If I knew I was going to die 1 week from today I would…
  11. If I knew I was going to die 1 month from today I would…
  12. If I knew I was going to die 1 year from today I would…
  13. Five people who inspire me the most are…
  14. If I had a magic wand with one wish to help people in any way possible

what would I wish for them?

  1. Now without the wand what can you do to help?

Review the above and write down what has come naturally for you all these years. Your life purpose involves traits that you already effortlessly have and are doing right now. The key is to sign light on it.

  1. My Life’s purpose is…

Write down as many answers as you can. Do not filter them through negativity but rather from a life of possibility.

Let me know how it goes! My best, Stuart

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About stuartcline

I am a counselor and life coach. I believe the world is a better place when people are inspired and have hope. Positive people lead happy lives. My hope is that my blog will make your life better. I believe in you and the positive choices that you are making. Do what feels right and stop doing what does not. My hope is that our good deeds will ripple out into the world and leave it a little better then it was before. My goal is to make it easier for people to smile. Smiling matters. It leaves the world a little brighter and our hearts a little lighter. My hope is that smiling will be so common and contagious that we may all need to wear sunglasses, because the light created from the smiles is blinding. With kindness, Stuart
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