Ep. 47 | Why You're Continually Convincing Yourself To Do Better
Published March 30, 2021 by Tom Hermann
Have you ever found yourself continually convincing yourself that you need to do better? If so, it's a sign that you're not operating in your life purpose. When you operating in your purpose you are pulled forward by faith and continually making progress in your assignment.
In today's episode, we talk about how finding your life purpose directs and maximizes your time and influence. When people struggle finding the purpose of life they look around and try to duplicate the purpose of those they see around them. However, this never seems to have lasting results and leads to feeling guilty that you're not doing enough and convincing yourself that you should be doing more. Everything changes when you find your life purpose because you're able to operate in a flow state that drives you forward.
When you're able to find the purpose and assignment that God has for your life then that purpose kind of acts like bumpers in a bowling lane. The bumpers keep the ball moving down the lane to hit pins and knock them down. Knowing your purpose helps you stay on track.
When we try to borrow someone else's purpose it leads to exasperation
There's no way to be extraordinary when you're living in the average
The joy is not in the destination but in the flow state of the journey
When you find your purpose you'll always find the time