Summary of “7 Strange Questions That Help You Find Your Life Purpose”

After some research, I have put together a series of questions to help you figure out for yourself what is important to you and what can add more meaning to your life.
I made them that way because discovering purpose in our lives should be something that’s fun and interesting, not a chore.
Before you are able to be good at something and do something important, you must first suck at something and have no clue what you’re doing.
In order to suck at something and have no clue what you’re doing, you must embarrass yourself in some shape or form, often repeatedly.
Ergo, due to the transitive property of awesomeness, if you avoid anything that could potentially embarrass you, then you will never end up doing something that feels important.
There’s something you want to do, something you think about doing, something you fantasize about doing, yet you don’t do it.
If your reasons are something like, “I can’t start a business because spending time with my kids is more important to me,” or “Playing Starcraft all day would probably interfere with my music, and music is more important to me,” then OK. Sounds good.
Feeling foolish is part of the path to achieving something important, something meaningful.

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