Lessons learned about purpose

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Do you know your purpose?

How do you feel about what you know about your purpose? .

Here are a few ideas about purpose for your consideration.


…gives an advantage of knowing what life
is all about, and meant be

…is about what is really important in life

…is unique, and matters

Conclusions, and takeaways: Purpose is an adventure,
opportunity, and reason to live.

You are able to take your lessons learned about purpose
to the next level when you…

Ask Dr. Rae
Decide to make a difference
Read The Power of Now

Bottom line:Purpose gives direction to life!

The choice is always yours!

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lessons learned about purpose.

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What are your lessons learned about purpose?

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learned about purpose
has helped you get more done with less
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