If you spend any time in personal development circles, you hear a lot about purpose. Find your purpose! Live your purpose! Work your purpose!
And while finding your purpose is not bad advice, sometimes this approach can make us feel that we need to have a purpose that is so lofty and grand and that it’ll change the world.
But that’s not necessarily true. Your purpose doesn’t have to be complicated.
It should be the thing that just flows out of you.
Maybe your purpose is to spread love or go on adventures to explore the world or create an enriching environment with your family.
These are all wonderful ways to create a purpose filled life.
And as a reminder, when you live on purpose — no matter how “simple” your purpose may seem — it creates a ripple effect that impacts your community.
Your purpose doesn’t have to be complex, it just has to feel right. What naturally flows out of you?