Well I do what I love it’s my passion if money comes from it that’s cool too but I accept times are hard I live within my means and ask for help really the worst they can say is no
I would go get a great freind and ask them what I should do. And I'll ask my family and then I'll ask myself what do I do?
I think that it may be very common that this happens.in my opinion you have to find a way to practice your passion even if it isn't what pays you're bills. For example, if your passion is travelling and you can find a job that gives you the possibility to travel you can still travel as much as you can in your free time
This is something I have long and repeated experience with throughout my life. Without making a long story reciting the economic history between 1973 and 2020, try to remember that your purpose is part of your reason for living ad not always connected to what you do for a living. Your purpose must become a personal mantra or multiple mantras that you live out with every inhale and exhale.
Get a job and keep doing what you think is your purpose as a "hobby" of some sorts. When the economy gets better or when you have earned enough money, then you pursue your purpose full time.
- How can you build a purpose and stay focuse on it?
- How long is your purpose for? One week? A lifetime?
- How did you determine your personal life purpose? Did you read a specific book or take a personality test or an online quiz?
- how you handle your emotion freely and how to speak up for yourself
- How you know what’s your purpose is?
- Could you provide some inspirational tools (I.e. quotes …)
- Do you think your purpose evolves or changes over time?
- How do you silence your inner critic so that you may pursue your dreams freely?
- If my passion is helping people will this also be my purpose or am I mixing the two up and need to have a clearly defined purpose ?
- Do you think about one purpose you have everyday? Or you have different purposes each day!