New Study: Find A Purpose … NOW!

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A new study by a group of British researchers confirm that having “A” purpose (not “THE” Purpose) is the only way to live a long, healthy and fulfilling life. The paper was part of an ongoing British study of older adults known as the English Longitudinal Study of Aging. The Results of the Study Socially, higher worthwhile ratings were associated with stronger personal relationships and with broader social engagement such as involvement in civic organizations, cultural activity and volunteering. (marriage was important but so was regular contact with friends). From a health perspective, those with higher worthwhile ratings had better …

A Perfect Example of a Purpose Project

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Today I bring my friend and fellow entrepreneur, Angela, back on the show to talk about her real time Purpose Project journey. What is a Purpose Project? When I say Purpose Project, I mean that thing or niche that you feel is your thing…is your special gift you have to share with the world. It’s not necessarily a side hustle just to make extra money…actually it’s not that at all. A Purpose Project is about giving time and energy to that hobby or business idea that is the truest expression of who you are and what you have to offer …

The Big Difference Between Passion and Emotion

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The Big Difference Between Passion and Emotion can mislead you into thinking you might be making a wrong decision, when you could actually be on the right track. Passion is MUCH more than a “feeling” Passion can have a “feel” to it, but it encompasses more than just that emotional feeling…including a direction, a drive, a commitment to a purpose or a cause. Passion is a slow fire that consistently burns inside of you verses an emotion, which it temporary…a “reaction” to an external stimulus that is temporary. The big problem is that people confuse passion with that strong emotion …