“Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” John F. Kennedy
“Jordanna is a truly amazing life coach who has provided me with the tools, techniques, and feedback that have helped me stay on course with honoring my calling and living my life’s purpose. She is very knowledgeable, wise, and absolutely delightful to speak with. I feel inspired and full of possibility after each of our calls as well as a feeling of gratitude for having such a creative and motivating coach to work with.”
~ Patrick R., Entrepreneur, Austin, TX
Life purpose is a term that is commonly thrown around these days. The more we evolve as a society in which authenticity and creating things are valued, and happiness and fulfillment are an expected and common goal, the more we are each driven to find a purpose in living that feels like home. Because we live in a society in which money is the base of our safety and our ability to live the way we want, it’s important to most of us that the way we earn our money comes through something we actually enjoy doing; something we’re not only good at doing, but passionate about and that ideally serves a sense of greater good.
And the reality is, we tend to do better in careers where we experience a sense of purpose. We’re often more productive, draw in more resources and support, and make more money when that which brings in our income also fulfills our sense of purpose.
“There is one quality which one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it.” ~Napoleon Hill
So how do we find such a sense of purpose? Many of us are good at many things, but we often make up that our talents, skills, and passions won’t pay the bills.
Or, maybe you have an idea of what you can do to generate income and be fulfilled, but you don’t know where to start.
No matter where you are on your path toward finding and living your purpose, I can help! Through coaching, I will help you move toward a place of knowing what you are meant to do, and feeling you have all of the motivation and resources you need to move forward – and, just as importantly, to keep moving forward to fulfill what’s next for you.