There are so many myths about happiness and the strength of fulfillment.” Oh no”, you might be saying “Happiness is my main goal. It’s not a myth”.
Well, happiness does not last for long. It’s not possible to be happy all the time. I think seeking fulfillment is the key to living a life of meaning and purpose. Values are a must for living a life of fulfillment.
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- What are your 5 top values?
- What are you passionate about?
- What are your hobbies?
- What would you do if you were retired today?
- How do you want to spend the rest of your years?
- What does living with purpose mean to you?
- Your life purpose is not your career/job, roles or relationships. So what is it?
- What is your life purpose?
- What’s your vocation?
- How have your answers changed throughout your lifetime
I am in the planning stage of creating a year long membership about creating fulfillment in life as a woman over 50.
What exactly is living with fulfillment, you may ask? Well, it’s not being happy all the time and it is not buying and having things. Things bring only temporary happiness. For me, I feel that it has a great deal to do with my faith and living my life with meaning and purpose. Feeling good about myself provides me with satisfaction but I still want to grow more and move forward. It is an ongoing process. I believe it’s somewhat different for everyone.
Fulfillment relates to…
- Stress Management
- Personal Growth