How to Find Silver Linings During Tough Times
Wallace D. Wattles on Where Many of Us Fail

How Do You Find Your Life Purpose?

In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote (obviously, as you're about to find out, English is not this reader's first language):

"I am finding my purpose in my life after a heavy setback in my mlm business due to mistrust, now i want to work from home and earn abnormal high income by giving abnormal high content/ebook/article giving others by just less than $100. I knowledge of many filed like mlm/health/how to earn income/astrology and many more subject. Now I am not getting which subject i should start first or my life purpose so that I can serve people in very good manner so that they can change their life and live very good healthy wealthy life. Please help me to find my life purpose."

Let's take a look at what Wallace D. Wattles had to say about the subject. In his book The Personal Power Course, on the subject of creating wealth, he wrote:

"... you must know what you want to do. First, choose your business. Choose the one that seems most in line with your tastes, and which will require the use of your strongest faculties. Select for your life work the thing you most WANT to do. Do not become possessed by the idea that you must be fixed by circumstances in some business or profession which you do not like, and barred out from the one which you WOULD like. Even though you are making money, you are not successful so long as you are doing something you do not like to do, and not doing the thing you want to do. The man who feels that he is misplaced is neither wealthy nor successful. Perhaps the most essential part of wealth-culture consists in finding the place where you will be happy in your work. If you are not happy in your work, you are a slave."

In line with that, my advice is and always has been to find something you like to do and figure out a way to make money doing it. Having the necessary knowledge and/or skills to do something is certainly a plus, but neither is a requirement as both can be attained or developed. The primary thing is that it's something you like to do.

To help you in that regard, I highly recommend that you read my Wallace D. Wattles Purpose Discovery Guide and do the exercises in it. They will help you find "the place where you will be happy in your work", as Mr. Wattles ever so nicely put it. Click or tap the link below to get your copy today.

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Tip: Repeat the exercises in my Wallace D. Wattles Purpose Discovery Guide several times over several weeks, more if necessary. At some point in doing so, you'll begin to notice a common thread running through them that will lead you directly to the answer you seek.

Related Pages:

The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles

Wallace D. Wattles Purpose Discovery Guide

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Will "Jesus: The Man and His Work" Help You Find Your Purpose?

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