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Are we all born to make a difference in the world?

Updated: Apr 18

Are we all born to make a difference in the world and if so, what does that actually mean? And at what stage in life does this begin to affect us?


I’d say ‘YES’ we all have a purpose in life and what we do, how we behave, how we connect with other people is making a difference in the world right now. It is at key life events that this realisation begins to enter our mind like turning 40, losing someone close or a major life event.


You don’t need to be a world leader such as Barack Obama, a famous inventor of the light bulb like Thomas Edison, a famous sport personality like Tiger Woods, or a movie star like Brad Pitt to make a difference YOU just being YOU is enough.


Your state of mind effects the energy that you give out into the world so the more positive interactions you have more the positive difference you are making. ‘I can’t always be happy and positive’ I hear you saying, and ‘yes’ I agree we all have our ups and downs that’s totally okay we are human after all, full of a mixture of both positive and negative emotions.


The secret is to fill your life with more experiences that increase the positive emotions and decrease the negative ones. By doing this you will start to attract more positive people towards you, you will give off much more positive energy, be happier and make a much more positive difference in the world.


10 things that can cause an increase in negative emotions are:


  • Lack of purpose

  • Bad diet

  • Too much alcohol

  • Career issues

  • Stress

  • Poor relationships

  • Lack of exercise

  • Lack of natural light – staying indoors too much

  • Too much social media

  • Loneliness


If you can relate to more than 1 of the things listed above, don’t worry by just changing 1 thing will more than likely have a positive impact on the other things.


A good way of knowing what to focus on first is to rate on a scale of 1-10 the things that you can relate to from the list above (include anything else that is significant to you and not on the list) 1 being the lowest score and 10 being the highest score. So as an example; if I was to rate lack of purpose a score of 1 would tell me that I am very low in this area of my life and a score of 10 would tell me that this area of my life is totally fine.


Once you have scored your list look at the areas that you have scored the lowest and then pick one to be your focus to change.


Let me know how you get on!


And if you need support with this just drop me a DM or book in for a free consult.






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