Having your purpose and putting your purpose into action—meaningful actions at that—are very different. Knowing your purpose is by and large a one-time experience. Yes, your purpose may refine over time as your understanding of purpose and experience being on-purpose increase. Typically, your first purpose statement, even if less than perfect, is a dramatic life upgrade.
What are the next steps for being on-purpose?
Being on-purpose is a moment-by-moment series of choices lived out in the present and planting seeds for the future. Equipped with your purpose you can assess situations, relationships, and more through “checking” with your purpose. At its most basic, is it off- or on-purpose? Easy decision to make!
Where it gets tricky is to what degree something is on-purpose in terms of intensity or volume. Candidly, that’s a good problem. It is like choosing between ice cream flavors! Hey, it’s still ice cream you’re getting!
Here are some next logical steps to take:
- Read The On-Purpose Person just for fun. Don’t stop to work the process.
- Re-read the book but this time work the steps provided in the book.
- Get help from the Discovery guidebook.
You will learn to:
- Capture in writing the desires of your heart
- Create order and clarity out of confusion
- Cut through your mental clutter and fog
- Determine what truly matters the most
- Set a new and positive direction
- Gain a greater sense of who you are
- Figure out what you should do
- Learn to manage your time so it matches your priorities
- Begin leading your life on-purpose
- Tap more deeply into who you are
Along with instructions, you will get a complete set of Want Lists and Tournaments per Life Account plus prompters. Other forms included are the Main Draw, Reverse Tournaments per Life Account, Ideal On-Purpose® Day, and Give List and Tournament. This is a great step-by-step guide without necessarily re-reading The On-Purpose Person.
Not sure if you need this workbook? You can check out a free 26-page preview of the Discovery guidebook. Discovery gives you a customizable Want List and Tournament Form. Instructions for how to use the form are included. And if you like what you see, there are convenient links to purchase the full 43-page workbook. What have you got to lose?