What happens when your passion and purpose collide Part II?
November 3, 2016
As I look back on these periods of my life I see a distinct pattern. Each time I was in a position to build and lead a team combined with the ability to support and inspire women.
Sometimes these experiences last years, but in most cases life gets in the way and changes your path sooner than expected. Or perhaps it's just a moment in time, a short period here and there when everything fits, works, makes you feel invincible.
The key is first identifying these experiences and then looking for commonality in these experiences, this is where you will find your purpose and passion.
As a volleyball player I lead many teams to high levels of success. I relished the opportunity to help my teammates become the best that they could be.
As a Financial Advisor I created a practice, so that I could be in a position to lead, motivate and guide women to success. In doing this, I have found a place where my purpose and passion have collided. That is why my role as a coach, both in leading and advising women has been the perfect combination to reach my full potential and happiness.
Take a minute and think back through your life.
- When were you at your happiest?
- When did you feel like the world was your oyster?
- Where you were totally engaged with what you were doing, you were good at it and everything flowed peacefully?
That is where your passion and purpose collided.
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