Defining Your Why

I recently wrote a guest post for Clarissa Wilson’s blog all about defining my WHY – you can read it HERE. It actually put some things into perspective for me about what I do and why I do it. And, like many others in my field, it really comes down to this…service.

walkingHow I can be of service to others and use my knowledge and gifts to help make their lives better. That’s what it’s all about. I like to help people in whatever way I can and the more people I help, the happier I am. I’m on this path for a reason and that’s to walk hand-in-hand with others so that I can support them and give them the tools they need to live a more fulfilling life.

So what’s your WHY? I’d love to hear your story in the comments below.

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1 Comment

  1. Donna Hudson

    09/11/2014 at 12:25 pm

    I am a very kind, generous, empathetic person. I love to help out people if I can, but sometimes I forget to take care of myself. I have been battling chronic depression for over 30 years. I have learned so much from my experience with depression. It has taught me to be compassionate to other people, and sometimes I feel so frustrated because depression is a Mental Illness, but there is still such a stigma surrounding it. My hope is that since Robin Williams took his own life that people will now “Open their Eyes” and realize just how serious Depression can be.

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