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There are doctors who see their work only as a job, and janitors who see their work as a calling.
No matter what job you have, you can find meaning in it. Rewrite your job description to be more calling-focused. Think of your own personal goals in life. How can your current job tasks be connected to this larger purpose?
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Determine where you are in your career.
Identify how you got there and why you might lack fulfillment in your professional life.
These are the non-negotiable values you want to be known and remembered for.
Once you have identified your values, look at your personality, skills and interests to make sure that they align with your current occupation.
These are questions like “What do I really want?” or “Should I change careers?”
The more grounded you are with the answers to these important questions, the better able you are to reach your true goals.
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Consider your personality and interests and think thoughtfully about how you want your skills to help others.
Maybe you’re an outgoing content marketer who wants to start using your data research skills more to come up with a strategy.
You’re looking for an overlap between all three—personality, interests and skills. Then you'll be able to more accurately integrate your purpose into your current position.
You’re never going to get anywhere or accomplish anything if you don’t make an effort.
Building a life that matters requires participation.