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Do you ever wonder why you’re able to accomplish some goals but not others? Or why you can sustain certain habits, but struggle with creating and maintaining other habits? Have you ever asked yourself “What is wrong with me?”

Isn’t it time you created REAL and SUSTAINABLE change, and stepped into being your most EXTRAORDINARY self?

I’m your host, Sandra Chuma. I’m a certified life, business, habits and mindfulness coach. My mission is to live my life on purpose and with purpose, and inspire you to do the same.

Through the WORTHY Podcast I’ll be sharing practical and actionable information, resources and tools to help you achieve your goals… without overwhelm! I’ll be showing you how it’s possible to create lasting change in your life.

This podcast is a reminder that you are worthy. You are worthy of being, doing, and having the life of your dreams.

Jun 15, 2021

How do I find my purpose?

This is a question that I've been asking myself all through my 30s. And then when I turned 40, I had an epic meltdown because I hadn't figured out the answer to the question ‘What is my purpose?’

You see, in asking that question of ‘Why haven't I figured out what my purpose is?’ I negated everything that I had done -- all the relationships that I had created, all the academic achievements, all of the life that I had lived up until that point, and it’s because I didn't have the answer to this one question. Everything that had gone before it was meaningless. 

This led me to a lot of self-reflection, introspection about what purpose is, and why we need to have a purpose in life. 

The dictionary says that purpose is the reason something exists, and I 100% agree with that. But what I fundamentally disagree with is the fact that it's one thing, and that we have to have figured it out by a certain point in our lives. 

I believe that we should be thinking of purpose as an evolution -- that you're constantly becoming.

In this episode, I would like to offer five questions. These are the more important questions to ask yourself when it comes to finding what your purpose is.