How Procrastination is Harming you from Pursuing Your Purpose

Priorities shift as we go through life. 

As we go through life, we start prioritizing differently. And, this is true whether or not we move around the world. 

However, the complexities and challenges we face are more regular, and thus, it takes a lot of energy to make sure that everyone is OK and also find the courage and strength to pursue our purpose.

Careers give us a sense of purpose and identity as well as a sense of accomplishment and financial independence, and security. Therefore when this career is halted, paused, or interrupted, it is no wonder that we struggle with what is essential to human beings: our sense of purpose.

If you’ve figured it out, that’s wonderful, and in that case, I invite you to celebrate where you are. 

This episode is for you if you have:

  • left family and friends behind
  • started a new career
  • Haven’t had a career in a while as you’ve been taking care of family

Pursuing purpose is essential, for unless you do, you never find lasting happiness. Step out on faith that these things are true. Go live a life worth living where, in the end, you’ll be able to say, “ I’m glad I did”, “not I wish I had”

So in this episode, we’ll look at one major obstacle to finding YOUR Purpose. And by doing so, my intent is not to blame or find excuses for where we are but to think about the most efficient way to get where we want to go. And this always starts by looking at why we do what we do. 

Speaking of, this month you can join a free and virtual roundtable on transforming your ideas into reality. 

We’ll look at what I just discussed in much more detail so that you can identify YOUR obstacles and then I’ll share three keys to help you take action. There are a few spots left so to participate it’s easy, go to