What scholar and philosopher Dr. Jean Houston has learned about living life with vivid purpose boils down to three guiding principles: being open to possibility, open to your role in the world and open to the interconnectedness of the universe. Here's my take on Houston's three keys to living your life's purpose.
We all lead busy lives. And maybe your heart's true path is not your occupation. So how can you fit doing what you love into an already busy schedule? This post lists three suggestions to help you make time for what's important to your heart.
Does this sound like you? "I had been asking what my life's purpose might possibly be. I'd been frustrated that my broad interests didn't point to a single Big Passion. I'd been trying to discern my life's meaning beyond being a good daughter, wife, friend and mom. I had been yearning to make a difference—not necessarily a big difference but a small yet significant difference."