Is Something Missing From Your Life?

Have you ever had the feeling that something in your life was missing? Maybe you worked hard to get an education, and you found a job that allows you to pay your bills, but it doesn’t leave you fulfilled. Maybe you’ve experienced a trauma and hit rock bottom, only to realize the depth of your dissatisfaction with your current life. Or maybe you know exactly what’s missing from your life, but you’re afraid to make a change.

I’ve been there! While in law school, I experienced mild depression, and took an entire year off from school. I knew that I wanted to work in entertainment and the arts, but I wasn’t sure how I was going to use my legal degree to get there. I thought about the thousands of dollars in loans I had taken out, and wondered if I had made the wrong decision. I didn’t feel fulfilled in my long distance relationship. I was struggling with my faith, my morals, and my identity. I lacked purpose.

It wasn’t until I made the conscious decision to find the purpose in my pain that things started to turn around for me. I read every book on purpose and wholeness I could get my hands on. I had honest and uncomfortable conversations with myself about my fears and my desires until it finally hit me - I had the power to change to my life!

I could write a new story. I began to see myself not as a victim, but a victor. I began to cut out people from my life who threatened my emotional health. I learned how to say “no” to invitations and opportunities that didn’t serve me. I learned how to set long term vision and execute on short term goals. Since then, my life has completely changed. I am proud to say I now live a purpose-filled life, and I’ve become passionate about helping other people find purpose in their own lives.

The truth is, most of us come to a place in life where we realize we desire something different. Change is a healthy (and necessary) part of professional, spiritual, and emotional growth. But making changes, or even being able to identify the changes we need to make, can be quite challenging. If it wasn’t, we likely would have made those changes already.

A few years ago, I started a storytelling company called the Auditory Museum. In addition to public speaking training and general communication consulting, one of the offerings we pride ourselves in is our purpose coaching. We’ve helped countless individuals find peace and purpose in their lives. With our coaching, you’ll learn how to:

  • Better prepare for life's curveballs by learning to develop inner peace apart from your external situation
  • Shatter your limiting beliefs with consistent practice and a supportive coach who sees your true potential
  • Learn to have a healthy relationship with your ego (your pride, doubt, fear and judgments)
  • Receive guidance on your pressing concerns (ie, career, money, relationships, hobbies, etc.)

If you’re brave enough to take the first step, contact us today for a FREE purpose-coaching consultation! http://www.theauditorymuseum.com/

BRIAN TAYLOR