Introduction to Purpose Structure

 Understanding purpose structure is critical to your ability to state your purpose, articulate your dream, and set goals to move you forward.

In this video, we define purpose, the dream, and goals so that you can use the structure of purpose to help you reach for the stars. By listening to the video you’ll get a new insights into why your purpose is important. How you figure out your dream and what goals you should pursue.

The language of purpose and dream building is confusing. These terms are used interchangeably as if they are all the same things. But they aren’t

It is one of my passions to clarify the terms so you can apply the information to your advantage,

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Purpose Structure Key Ideas

Purpose structure: the three elements

1 Purpose

Purpose is a cause that calls to you to use your unique gifts, to do what you love, in service to something greater than yourself. 
Has no stale date.
 

2 Dream

 
What is the ultimate result of pursuing your purpose? See the example in the video 
Has no stale date. It is always active within you 
 

3 Goals

 
 Simply put it is a part of your purpose that you are working on right now usually with a target and an end date.
These are the daily small steps, the “I can do this” part, 
 

4 Failure (Failure isn’t part of the purpose structure but it is important to note that the only way you fail is not to answer the call to adventure.)

You won’t fail if you don’t fully achieve your purpose or your dream. 

You do fail if you don’t find your purpose, understand the grand design of your dream, and work each day to get one step closer. 
See quote. 
 
You now have the basic purpose structure to work with. 
In future webinars with will talk about  congruence. 

The tragedy of life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach. It isn't a calamity to die with dreams unfulfilled, but it is a calamity not to dream. It is not a disgrace not to reach the stars, but it is a disgrace to have no stars to reach for. Not failure, but low aim is the sin.

Next Steps with Purpose Stucture

Step one

Start thinking and listing what is you love to do. Write it out on paper and keep in near to you so you can add to the list from time to time.   

Step 2

Read Noble Purpose by William Damon.
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