This is the wake-up call everyone needs to connect with who they are and what they want. This exercise gives you the toolkit you need to go after your soul’s purpose like your life depended on it. It’s for anyone who is letting life, people or activities distract them from going after their dreams. If you’re soulcrastinating you need to read this right away. It’s time to stand up for your dreams, no matter what.

Great for:

  • People that have important dreams they haven’t been prioritizing.
  • People that don’t want to feel regret later in life when it’s too late to pursue their dreams.
  • Coaches and entrepreneurs who are playing small and not going after what they feel called to do.

A man reached the end of his life, it was his last day, and he could feel his life slipping away 먹튀검증커뮤니티. As he thought about his entire life, he had so many questions? Questions any of us would have in that situation.

Did I do what I was supposed to do?

Did I fulfill my life’s purpose?

Did I give enough to my loved ones and to the world?

He realized that he had let “life” get in the way. When he looked back on his life as a whole, he saw how much of it he had wasted in futile pursuits. It was almost as if he would do anything he could to distract himself to his true purpose. And now, at the end of his life, he saw the dreams he had were not to be. Why, why had he not listened to his intuition, his inner voice, why had he not fought for the dreams he had in his youth? Over and over again he saw memories where he had compromised and justified putting off his true calling. Always bargaining, always telling himself stories to make himself feel better. “I’m not ready. I can do it later. I have plenty of time.”


According to Bronnie Ware, author of The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, the number one regret of those who are at the end of their life is “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.”

When you put off your dreams constantly, you are in a state of soulcrastination. Soulcrastination is defined as: “To delay or postpone one’s soul purpose in life.” The biggest reason everyone soulcrastinates, is because there is fear. The fear of failure and the fear of success, each result creates a dramatic change in life.


The other source of soulcrastination is a lack of deadlines. Each day is filled with deadlines for jobs, friends, families, and obligations to others. How many times are deadlines set up to go after one’s soul purpose? For most, the answer is never. Life seems like it will continue forever and everyone tends to work on the urgent before the important.

The mind rationalizes that there is always more time. However, the postponement ends up taking a lifetime. Those looking back are often left wishing they had had a louder wake-up call so they could have gone after their dreams. Well consider yourself lucky.



It’s time to move towards your purpose, you must have the courage to say yes to your life no matter what. You must soulcrastinate no more. It’s time to step up and fight for your dreams. There is only one hero who can save you from the distractions of life. That hero is you. Your future greatness is dependent on you standing up for who you are meant to be.


So here is my question to you. What is the one thing in life you want most of all? If it was your last day, what would you have wanted more than anything?

The second question is, how can you make that dream so attractive that it pulls you immediately towards it?


The number one way to make your dreams more attractive is to focus on how your accomplishment can contribute to the world and the people you love. Your life is a gift. Countless others have given to you at some point in your life. There is nothing more fulfilling than knowing that in some way, you have added your special gift to this world and it enriched the lives of others.

Say your dream is to be a great speaker. Think not only of giving your best speech ever but of the people who will come up to you crying with inspiration. See how the lives you have touched have, in turn, brought that inspiration to others. You have created a ripple effect that moves forward and potentially can affect millions of lives. Your impact can make waves that rock this world till the end of time. If you allow it to.


Now think of what happens if you don’t show up. All those beautiful cascading domino effects cease to exist. When you don’t go after your dreams because you are afraid of failing. That is turning a blind eye to the truth. The most significant failure would always be not showing up for your true destiny at all.

It’s time for you to let your soul know that you are going to serve its purpose.


Repeat the following three times, with intensity and emotion.







If you do not know your soul’s purpose yet, that is ok. However, it’s time to make figuring this out a top priority. You have to do whatever it takes to figure out what your soul wants to accomplish. Here is a powerful exercise I give my clients to teach them how to listen for their purpose, or to pursue it even more.


1. For the next 10 days, ask yourself how you can serve your soul’s purpose no matter what? As you go through your day, your intuition will speak to you. Make sure you write that down and go after it as if your life depends on it.

2. For the next 30 days, ask your higher purpose, or your God, or the Universe how you can serve its purpose. How can you contribute to life no matter what? Write down the answers you get and go after them with complete focus and determination.


As you go through the exercises above, you will notice this intuition becoming louder, as you are developing a relationship with your true inner self.

The other thing you will notice is that when you work in harmony with your true purpose, a tremendous about of extra energy and resourcefulness becomes available to you. Your body, mind, and spirit are working together, and that collaboration turns you into a superhero. You are the hero you have always been waiting for. You can save yourself and say yes to your soul’s purpose no matter what.

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