I try and think back to a time when you had to accomplish something that was not very exciting, maybe a dull, boring job, and think about how frustrated that made you feel. Now, contrast that with doing something that's invigorating, something that really feels important, like your life's purpose. Can you see the contrast between those two emotions?

Often in counseling sessions, in coaching sessions, people think, well, why are we talking about this other matter here?  I have a specific problem, and I'm sure it can be very frustrating when the therapist or the counselor starts talking about areas that might seem to be unrelated. But here's the reality.

Evidently, some people have no desire for self-improvement. If you identify with the group of humans who do not want to be better tomorrow than they are today, then this website is not for you. On the other hand, if you desire to grow, expand your grasp of personal development, and be the best possible version of yourself, you may enjoy the discussion we facilitate.

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