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Living a purposeful life

Living a purposeful life

Howdy! I know you’re here because you’re interested in living a purposeful life.

Living a purposeful life

I’m thrilled you’re here because I also have a genuine interest in living a purposeful life.

I was suffering a great deal at one point in my life, definitely not living my purpose as it appeared to me. I spent a lot of time looking into that and taking some wild actions in order to see what my purposeful life might look like.

Through over a decade, I’ve been working on that and getting smarter about it, and ultimately taken on helping other people live their purposeful life.

I’m glad you’re here.

There’s three things at a high level that are really important for living a purposeful life.

1. Living a purposeful life by defining your purpose

The first one is really to define what purposefulness means to you, what is your purpose? What does that look like?

A way to do that is simply by answering some questions.

There are questions that if you answer them, they are going to be helpful at helping you identify your purpose.

These questions will help you get clear about:

  • What’s important to you, and what’s not important to you.
  • What are your superpowers?
  • What you can and will do that other people won’t do?
  • What you won’t do, don’t want to do, or think you’ll never do?
  • Get tuned in to your skills and strengths, likes and dislikes, etc.

Answering these questions are an important element of finding your purpose and living a purposeful life. 

I have a worksheet down below, the Life Purpose Blueprint, which will help you with four different types of questions to ask yourself, around 15 total questions. After downloading that, take a half hour or so to fill it out, and you’ll have an excellent insight into what your purpose is oriented toward, and what it might be.

2. Living a purposeful life with a long view

The second thing to do is to take a long-term view for purpose.

Let’s face it, we all have a limited amount of time on the planet, or wherever we happen to be. At the end of the day, when you look back at the end of your life, there’s a legacy you want to leave. There is a way you want to leave the world behind. There’s a way you want other people to be thinking about you after you’re gone. You’ll want to be thoughtful about those things.

Otherwise, you wouldn’t even have asked the question.

Take the long-term view

Whatever your life purpose is, you want to live it every day, and you would expect to achieve it. You want to take the view and take some time to think through your purpose in life. What are the things that you want to focus on day-by-day and year-by-year as you get toward the later part of your life?

You’ll want to consider the long-term view of 30 or 40 years and the nearer term.

In three or four years?

There are some results that if you achieve them, they’d be demonstrative of living your purposeful life. If you didn’t accomplish them, you probably know you’re not exactly on the right track.

Taking a three or four-month view

Then take an even closer term, three or four months. If you accomplish something in three or four months, it would be demonstrative that you’re on track to living your purposeful life.

Taking the long-term view is the second perspective.

It’s a fun, creative exercise!

I’ve got a tool for the long view too. Feel free to get my Infinite Focus Blueprint by contacting me. I’m excited about sharing it with you. 

3. Living a purposeful life by creating an action plan

The third thing to do for living a purposeful life is getting in action.

Finding your purpose is one thing, but living it is living it. You gotta first define it, then take action.

Creating a plan is an excellent place to start.

I’ve got a planning guide, as well. I’m excited to offer that to you as well. I hope you will get connected to the community, join the Facebook group and take advantage of the newsletter and other resources because I’m really here to make a difference for you.

Get started living a purposeful life now

I struggled and suffered for a long time and I really don’t want anyone else to. There was no value in it. Rather than spending a decade figuring it out on your own, maybe you could do it in 10 hours, 10 days, 10 weeks, 10 months. There’s certainly no need to take any longer than you need. 

I hope you’ll join us, and I look forward to seeing you soon, maybe meeting you real soon, and being a part of your long-term success. Let us be a part of living your purposeful life.

Clarify your purpose with the Life Purpose Blueprint

Click the link to get the Life Purpose Blueprint: https://dylancornelius.com/life-purpose-blueprint-offer

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About me
Dylan Cornelius
Dylan Cornelius

Hi, I'm Dylan Cornelius.

I help mid-career knowledge workers and entrepreneurs execute their strategic plans using the career acceleration blueprint, even if they don't know where to start, they've never been a manager, and don't have a team. I'm the creator of the Career Acceleration Academy.

I've led small and large collocated and remote teams, delivering more than $40 million in revenues and cost savings. My teams and I have delivered ground-breaking products and services that still power successful businesses today.

I've worked as a recruiter, manager, and team leader in Silicon Valley and around the world. I have more than 30 years of experience in business management and leadership, plus psychology and business degrees from top universities.

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