8 Simple Ideas on Finding Your Calling

“When we share what we were brought here to give, we are in alignment with our highest, most powerful selves.” ―Jen Sincero, You Are a Badass (full summary here)

What are you called on this earth to do? If that question seems too broad, then limit it to asking yourself what your gifts and talents are. Gifts are meant to be given, so if the world has gifted you with a special talent, it's your responsibility to figure out how it can be used for the betterment of the world around us. 

There is no one right way to find your calling. Many people take their whole lives to find what they are passionate about. However, the important part is that you are constantly seeking. Look inside yourself to find what makes you feel alive and tap into that. Find new ways to do it, and explore what it looks like to more fully devote yourself to it. 

Follow these steps to begin the process of self discovery and finding your calling...

EP159. 8 Simple Ideas on Finding Your Calling

1. Be the alien: try looking at your life from the outside. What stands out? What connections do you have that could be maximized?

2. Take the first right step: Don't spend hours or years researching what step you need to take first—instead go and DO something. It's the best way to learn what works.

3. Do your best where ever you're at: You likely won't land yourself in your dream situation right away. Don't let that stop you from doing your best work right where you are.

4. Don't reinvent the wheel: Other people have been traveling this road long before your time—leverage their wisdom whenever possible. Find the people whose lives fill you with yearning and follow the steps they took to achieve their success.

5. Don't get caught in the thunderbolt hype: If you think the idea of your one true calling is going to hit you over the head someday, think again. Most great ideas come from due diligence and putting in your time towards self discovery.

6. Listen to your intuition: You know better than anyone else what you love to do, so listen to yourself. Spending even five minutes a day centering yourself so that you can listen to your inner guidance will go a long way towards helping you towards finding your calling.

7. Follow your fantasies: Look deeper into the daydreams that your brain has when it isn't responsible for being rational. What does it think about? What does it yearn for? Often this is a great way to tap into what your best life could look like.

8. Love yourself. 'Nuff said.

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