The Biggest Myth About Finding Your Life Purpose

Many people are much closer to finding their life purpose than they think. But watch out. There’s a myth that can blind you and keep you stuck…

Find Your Life Purpose

The myth goes something like this: “I just need to know exactly what I’m here to do. Then when it’s clear to me, I can take my life purpose and move on with my life.”

Here’s the problem. Finding your life purpose isn’t an exact thing to do. It’s more of a journey of self-discovery than defining a narrow, fixed task you are supposed to accomplish.

Yes, your life purpose is the life you were born to live, the life that makes you feel the most joyful and fulfilled. 

It’s a paradigm shift. Before we explain what all of this means, let’s explore the myth a bit more so you can free yourself from its spell.

Six Keys For Finding Your Life Purpose

Believing you need to find the one right thing to do leads to thinking there are many wrong choices to make. It won’t help you to build confidence and find your purpose.

KEY #1: The first key is to open your mind and expand your thinking. Focus on enjoying the journey – this is the most important part. You don’t have to be perfect and every step you take along the way will provide feedback. With  an open mind, you can eliminate worry and confusion. If you understand the keys and continue on the path, your success is guaranteed.

To help you along, we created a Life Purpose Breakthru System you an use now and in the future. It’s really a road map for the journey, for evaluating where you are now and focusing on your next steps.


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And more importantly, is now the time to make your dream of living a meaningful, prosperous, and joyful life a reality?

You’re probably here because you sense how important your life purpose is. We did, and we have spent three decades exploring the possibilities, first for ourselves, then for our readers, clients, and students.

If you are ready for the ultimate solution, you may want to explore “The Life Purpose Breakthru System” now.

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What Exactly is Life Purpose?

Your Life Purpose is the the secret for creating a more meaningful life, a life that matters. It’s your deepest reason for being alive.

KEY #2: The second key is to identify the source of your deepest desires, so here it is. The key is to access the truth that emerges when you open your heart.

Why? Because your heart knows what’s right for you. We all know the saying, “follow your heart,”  but few of us follow its callings. Albert Einstein understood the power of the heart when he said:

“Few are those who see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts.”

You can connect with the power of your heart, too. We did and our lives changed in wonderful ways. As holistic life coaches who focus on life purpose and spiritual development, we’ve also discovered some specific questions can clarify your purpose.

KEY #3: The third key is understanding that your purpose combines your talents and passions with the contribution you want to offer to make the world a better place.

Life purpose ImageHere’s the paradigm shift. Finding your life purpose connects you with a vision of the world, a vision that only you, with your unique abilities and experience, can help create.

We call it the Ultimate Paradigm Shift. Your purpose shifts you into a new way of living in the world where you make your unique contribution. As you might imagine, it unfolds over time, like a beautiful blossom.

The Beauty of Finding Your Life Purpose

Imagine the whole world in bloom. Imagine it becoming a more loving, peaceful, and prosperous place. Just thinking about the possibilities warms your heart, doesn’t it?

Our (Phillip and Jane Mountrose) mission stems from our purpose. It’s about helping people – through courses, publications, consulting, and communicating. We envision a world that’s more loving, prosperous and whole, one where everyone’s gifts are honored and nurtured.

Your purpose is unique to you. What do you envision? What makes your heart sing? As you can see, the possibilities are almost without limit. Realizing your purpose is creative, not something you have to do, like it or not. There are multiple activities and pursuits you can follow that build on your purpose.

The Paradox of Facing Too Many Choices

Barry Schwartz, in his book The Paradox of Choice, explained how too much choice can paralyze decision-making. Instead, he suggests to become a “satisficer.” That means to be satisfied with making reasonable choices, without being obsessive about it.

KEY #4: The fourth key is to relax and go with the flow. It’s a miraculous journey. You don’t need to make the “perfect” choice, and forever seek and second guess yourself. Just make a good choice. And we might add follow your intuition to help decide.

Final Thoughts About Finding Your Life Purpose

Focus on finding your life purpose as a puzzle you can solve over time and enjoy for the rest of your life.

KEY #5: The fifth key is recognizing that your deeper purpose will be revealed over time. You will expand and grow as you explore your gifts, passions and desires to make the world a better place. Over-analyzing or trying to find the one right thing will take you off course from the joy of the journey.

Your life purpose is more expansive and fulfilling than that. With a light-hearted attitude, it’s easier to find your purpose and enjoy the journey every step of the way.

There’s so much more. As you progress, you can grow and evolve along with your purpose itself. You and the world will be much better for it. And you get to experience the fulfillment that comes from making a difference. You matter and what you do matters, too.


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Don’t Forget to Explore “The Life Purpose Breakthru System”

If you really want to realize your life purpose, we created “The Life Purpose Breakthru System” for you.

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*KEY #6: A final key for getting the best in life is understanding that the time for change is always now.

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Only you can decide if this is your time for change. As motivational leader Jim Rohn notes:

“Without a sense of urgency, desire loses its value.”

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