So, I’m really not going to talk about purpose so much as I am going to talk about the foundation underneath it.And while we have heard the word purpose a lot, we may not have heard the idea of crafting a personal mission statement.
Businesses have them, typically.But in real life, who really has one and does it resonate the truth of who you are?I am not suggesting that this becomes a self-serving exercise.It’s actually the opposite.
There is a nudge or stirring in each of us, especially when we reach that midpoint in life that adjusts our focus to look forward to our "second half". Some people think it's retirement. Or, maybe you haven't reach that midpoint in life. That's okay. The nudge is inside of you, too.