Purpose is now, it is saying yes to something.
When I was young I didn't dream of being a single mom and writing a book. But I that is what happened. I said yes to what was next.
When I was in college I didn't dream of opening a day center for homeless women. I was asked, I said yes and it changed my life.
I'm five years old its the first day of kindergarten, at the end of the day, the bell rings and we all file outside to the sidewalk to wait for our caregivers. Everyone is gone and there I am, waiting. The teacher ponders," I wonder where your mom is?" I say "oh, I know how to get home". I didn't, but started walking and eventually saw a landmark and made it home. Upon entering the house, mom was playing with baby sister, she looked at her watch and said "you're home, I don't have to pick you up." At that moment I realized I was on my own, alone. I decided this was my truth and this is the way I lived my life.
Fast forward, I married two men who couldn't love me, I worked in a career that seemed like it would bring me importance and thus love. Finally after trying to figure out what was wrong with me I found a program about detoxing the brain. I realized when I looked back at the scene from my childhood that my mom was talking about that day, that day she didn't have to pick me up. But what I heard was "I never have to pick you up again, you got this".
Once I realized this I was able to look at every thing differently and change my life which led me into my purpose. I realized that I wasn't the only one living my life with thoughts and beliefs that weren't true. So I created a program to help you find you truth, discover your purpose and live your passion.