Why you should follow your passions, curiosities, intuition and your heart when trying to figure out what your purpose in life is, or if you feel you’re stuck and unsure of what you want to do with the next chapter of your life.
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“If you are trying to discover what your purpose in life is or if you feel that your career or business has become stagnant, dull and boring, you should “look for the goosebumps.” The “goosebumps” comes from the thought of doing something you really love at the highest level and doing it really well to the point of giving you goosebumps. If you are still unsure, or if what you are thinking about doing is not emotionally compelling enough to give you goosebumps, bring tears to your eyes or make the hair stand up on the back of your neck, then keep searching. Like all matters of the heart, you will know when you find it.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne