Unveiling Authenticity: Your No-BS Guide to Purpose Alignment

Hey there, you magnificent human! Ever felt like you’re just going through the motions, living a life that feels more like a poorly scripted sitcom than your own?

If you’re nodding your head, buckle up. We’re about to dive deep into the nitty-gritty of aligning with your purpose and trust me, it’s going to be a wild, enlightening ride.

The Uncomfortable Truth About Living Out of Alignment

You know that gnawing feeling when something doesn’t sit right? Like you’re wearing a pair of shoes that are a size too small? That’s what living out of alignment with your authentic self feels like. It’s like trying to fit into a mold that just isn’t you.

Your purpose isn’t some grand mission you need to discover. It’s simpler than that. It’s about peeling back the layers of bullshit, the lies, the limitations, and the programming to reveal the real, raw you.

But here’s the kicker: we often live a life that isn’t ours. It’s a life shaped by the projections of others, a life that’s usually out of sync with our truth. But how do you find your truth? It starts with recognizing what’s not working.

Let me tell you a bit about my journey. I’ve experienced many sides of wealth, from being poor to becoming a multi-millionaire to losing over 30M and slowly getting it back. I worked my life away for the next thing, not valuing where I was, especially my family. I told myself I did, but I wasn’t living for the experience; I was living for the ego. I needed to stroke it to feel validated or worthy. I was always working on the next thing, not because I was ambitious (although I am) but because I was constantly feeding the unworthy bucket I still held inside of me.

The Three Tell-Tale Signs You’re Off Track

1. You’re as Happy as a Cat in Water

Your purpose should light a fire in your belly. It should make you want to jump out of bed in the morning, ready to take on the world. If you’re feeling as happy as a cat in water, it’s a sign you’re not living in alignment with your purpose.

Remember, happiness isn’t something that just happens to you. It’s a choice. You can either wallow in self-pity or grab life by the balls and make a change. It’s not going to be easy, but damn, it’s going to be worth it.

Unhappiness can stem from a myriad of things. Maybe you’re not reaching your full potential, or you’re surrounded by energy vampires. Perhaps you’re stuck in a job you loathe or living a life that’s out of sync with your values. Whatever the reason, it’s time to take responsibility for your happiness and make a change.

2. You’re Stuck in a Rut

Feeling like you’re stuck in a never-ending loop of monotony? That’s another sign you’re off track. It’s not about what you’re doing, but how you’re feeling. You could be in the same job, but if you’re not feeling fulfilled, it’s time to make a change.

Finding your purpose isn’t about chasing after external validation. It’s about looking inward, figuring out what makes you tick, and then taking action. It’s about setting goals, creating a plan, and surrounding yourself with people who support your dreams.

3. You’re Passionless

If you’re feeling like a passionless zombie, it’s time to shake things up. Society has a way of shoving us into boxes, making us believe that success looks a certain way. But that’s a load of crap.

Your passion, your purpose, your soul work – whatever you want to call it – it’s about aligning with who you truly are. It’s about breaking free from societal expectations and embracing your unique journey.

Your Action Plan

Ready to get your shit together and align with your purpose? Here’s a tip: Listen to what others say about you. Not in a self-conscious, “do they like me?” kind of way, but in a “what do they see in me?” kind of way.

Your friends, family, and even your Facebook acquaintances can offer valuable insights into your unique genius. So, ask them. Ask them what they think your superpower is. You might be surprised by what you discover.

But don’t just ask them what they think you’re good at. Ask them what your superpower is. Everyone has one, and when you discover yours, you’ll very often find it’s closely related to your passion. 

Superpowers can be anything. Maybe you’re a good connector of people with a knack for matching complementary businesses. Perhaps you’re excellent at creating healthy meals, even confirmed junk-food addicts love. Maybe you’re simply a great listener who’s able to help a friend through a crisis. 

Living in alignment with your purpose isn’t about finding some grand mission. It’s about unmasking your authentic self, embracing your unique journey, and living a life that feels right for you.

Ready to dive deeper? Grab my workbook UNMASK and start your journey towards unmasking your true self. It’s time to stop living for others and start living for yourself. Get your workbook here.