Mark Twain said, “The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” If we don’t know what our purpose is, how can we live with purpose? I spent years feeling numb, just going through the motions, because I had no idea what I actually wanted. At the time, I was stuck in a corporate job and then diagnosed with clinical depression.
Now, I find joy in writing and helping others find happiness. I have a purpose-driven career and life.
If you feel trapped by your circumstances and uncertain about what you want to do, that's actually a great place to be.
Hitting rock bottom is a powerful impetus for change. The truth is, when you keep going, when you put one foot in front of the other, you reveal your path and feel empowered from within.
Through my personal journey, I learned a lot about what it actually means to be fulfilled and happy, and what steps we can take to get there. Start by realizing the power of being stuck. You can find it in these truths: