Self-discovery for Business

Self-discovery for Business

Discovering your path

You cannot fully be of service to other people until you are of service to yourself, and the only way to be of service to yourself is to be true to yourself and never settle for less than you deserve.

Never stop learning and expanding personally. Invest time in learning more about your business and more about YOU. When you work on yourself inwardly, emotionally and psychologically, along with continually learning new business skills, that’s when you really become a true master. That’s when you become the best that you can be. Be thankful for the gifts and talents you possess. Reflect and refocus your energies to make a difference.

I discovered that I am a leader and an inspirational teacher. At first I didn’t really accept myself as a teacher. I knew I was a speaker and a writer, but I hadn’t realized that being a teacher was my purpose and that’s what I was put on this earth to do. Now that I know what my true passion and following is, I’ll use my talents to make a difference in the lives of others.

A series of events led to my discovery. Although I had already been speaking for many years it didn’t feel like my calling until I attended a breakthrough workshop where I began to reflect. Then it hit me like a lightning bolt: “This is what I was put on the earth for.”

The reason I had been doing all these other things in my life, such as building and selling businesses, was to get the expertise and the knowledge to do what I was really put on this earth to do – to teach and inspire others.

Now my teachings are not just about business, they include inspiration for personal growth and development as well. My presentations deal with mental belief systems and inner work. I discovered that teaching in this way is my true gift. Others now receive my message from multiple angles and the lessons instilled make a more profound impact on them.

I was innately transitioning into that type of work, but I didn’t completely realize it until I refocused my life’s intentions. Before my discovery, something was missing for me, something I needed to be more passionate about.

What is your true passion and how will you best utilize that passion to inspire and support others?

One Response to Self-discovery for Business

  1. Michael Jenkins

    Debbie, your message is beautiful and INSPIRING. My passion is to inspire others as well. I begin my work always by listening to and for their truth. I seek to understand first, and that bridges the relationship that allows me to support them for positive and productive growth or change.

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