I believe that it’s time to change the definition of success!
I grew up hearing what I should do with my life. In 9th grade, our school councilor told us to we all should study economics as there was a shortage of economists.
My parents told me I should work with marketing since (they believed) it would fit my personality. No one ever asked me what I wanted – so I never thought to ask myself that question either.
But flow comes when we do what we love – that’s when we’re the most productive; that’s when we create our best results!
Real success is about waking up each morning feeling motivated and happy because we’re doing something that we care deeply about! Integrating your purpose into your business model will not just make you feel better – it’ll positively affect your bottom line!
So how do you build purpose into your business?
Here are 4 steps to get you going: