Finding Your Purpose

 

What is your why?

Viktor Frankl said that man can endure any how if he knows his why. What is the reason for your existence? Do you know why you are here on this Earth? Life can certainly be tough sometimes, but we can get through all the painful times if we know our purpose. This is why finding our purpose is so important in life.

Trials and Tribulations

As the video says, Viktor Frankl endured suffering beyond most people’s imagination, but the thought of his beloved wife kept him alive. That was his reason for existence during the horrific living conditions in a German concentration camp. Then, after being liberated from the camps and after learning that his wife Tilly had died in a different concentration camp, Frankl decided to find a different purpose in his life.

Man’s Search for Meaning

Frankl threw himself into his work and devoted his life to helping others. He wrote the famous book Man’s Search for Meaning and he developed a thriving psychiatric practice in post-war Vienna. He became a very well-known and respected professional in his field and he wrote extensively about Man’s Search for Meaning. He helped people make sense of the suffering in life that seems to make no sense. He turned his pain into a way of helping people.

What do you do with your pain?

Do you see any meaning in your suffering? Have you used your pain to help others? More importantly, have you found your purpose in life? I challenge you to take a moment to think about what you are doing now. Do you feel fulfilled? Are you living up to your potential? Are you living your purpose? If you have any doubts, book a free consultation with me and take my free assessment. Together, we can help you find the right kind of meaning in your life!

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