Episode 17: Find Your Purpose

How do you find and define your purpose? Is purpose the same as passion?

In this episode, we’ll talk about three important topics. First is finding the difference between passion and purpose, second is recognizing competing purposes or passions, and last is becoming aware of your professional purposes. I will also share an exercise that will help you align your purpose and your skills.

My intention for this episode is for you to find your purpose and help you have a clearer path to where you want to be or what you want to achieve. So listen in—you’re going to love this episode!


“Passions are ideas or activities that we care deeply about.”

“Passions typically provide clues to our purpose, but they’re not themselves the purpose.”

“Purpose is a reason for being. That is why only so many purposes can be pursued at one time.”

“It is rare that two or more purposes will line up perfectly so that you can dedicate equal time and effort to both or all.”

“Sometimes a purpose or passion is more suitable as a hobby than as a paid profession.”

“Your business has one purpose, one reason for being. It’s your north star.“

Key Points of the Episode:

  • What is the difference between a purpose and a passion?
  • Can you pursue multiple and competing purposes in life?
  • Lorraine shares an exercise that can help align your skills with your purpose.
  • How do you recognize your professional passion or purpose?

Link/s Mentioned:

Listen to Episode 4: The Magic of Tiny Business with Sharon Rowe of ECOBAGS here: https://podcasts.apple.com/ph/podcast/the-prosper-project/id1604989158?i=1000548469789 

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