Discovering our purpose is the ultimate! The world is filled with thousands and thousands of people; some we interact with and can influence our behaviours and decisions. And sometimes finding “your voice” becomes a difficult venture.

There’s a lot that suppresses our voice….sometimes fear, other times, the lack of faith in oneself!

But your voice, is that which makes you stand out amongst many.

Who Am I?

Why was I born?

What makes me different?

How can I make my world a better place?……are the one and one too many questions we ask ourselves in the quest of seeking our voice!

And when your voice is found! Let it out ….. The world needs to hear it….for it in it lies the antidote and cure to some hazards the world is facing…

We are not just humans who have as purpose to fill up the Earth and just live in it, We are more to what the eyes meet!

Few Questions to help discover your Voice:

1.What angers you? Every super hero needs a bad guy. Without one, the super hero has nothing to fight against. What are the things that drive you nuts????

What makes you cry? Think about the last several instances that caused you to cry. I always dicovered that I often cry when I see someone in a deplorable condition. Then I understand that I have as a passion to help the destitute.

What have you mastered? Are there tasks, skills, or opportunities that you have simply mastered and can do without thinking? It will be of great help im finding your voice. We learn through action, observation, then correction. Start with what you do well, and work your way toward your goal.

What gives you hope? What do you look forward to? What great vision do you have for your future and the future of others? Hope is a powerful motivator, and can give you a clue to the ways in which you may be able to compel others to act!!!!

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? We often forget the earliest clues to our voice as we are burdened with the expectations of peers, teachers, parents, and eventually the marketplace. But those early days of wonder – the vast expanses of horizon that hinted at limitless possibility – can give us insight into the deeper seeds of fascination that still reside within us. So…what did/do you want to be when you grow up?

If you had all the time and money in the world, what would you do? It astounds me how few people have asked themselves this question, and it astounds me more how few people can arrive at an answer when they do. We believe that a lack of resources is the obstacle to our happiness and fulfillment, but for many of us the limitation has nothing to do with a lack of money or time. The limitation is our fear of falling short of our own self-perception. We point fingers at others because we can’t reconcile our own fear of engagement. We don’t think about limitless possibility because we are afraid of what would happen if we were to get it.

What change would you like to see in the world? Always remember we can only express what we have inside. This will help us find our voice.

If you had one day left, how would you spend it? If you knew that you would die at midnight, how would you spend your last day on earth? What questions would you ask? Who would you spend time with? What work would you do? Again, this is an interesting way to begin identifying patterns within your passions, skills, and experiences

I’d love to have your take on this….

Have a wonderful weekend xoxo❤❤❤