We all reach points in life when the mundane habits of our everyday existence are no longer fulfilling. Maybe you feel stuck, aimless, or like you haven’t reached the level of success you’d envisioned having by this time in your life.
Perhaps people have taken advantage of your services, kindness or diligence, and you’ve selflessly given in. For many of us, certain aspects of life feel extremely depressing or overwhelming. This desperation drives us to ask, “Why am I here? What am I doing with my life?”
Truthfully, if you’re questioning your existence, you’re probably trying to navigate your way through a rough life transition. Whatever the circumstance, this is your shot at personal growth and evolution. Let’s face it: You might need a reality check.
Asking why you’re here is completely rational and should be addressed, but the answers are often very open-ended and never result in the life-changing solutions you probably seek.
Frankly, we need better questions. We must strip away the layers of confusion and stop wallowing in self-pity. So, why not be courageous, join the tribe of liberated minds and acknowledge that your choices dictate your life? Accountability is attractive.
What comes to mind when you think of who you are? Are you fulfilling what you believe to be your purpose? Or, are you a zombie, stuck in the dysfunctional behavioral cycle of procrastination, excuses and living in fear?
Continue reading Rosalie’s article, published on ELITEDAILY.COM: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself When Evaluating Your Purpose