“You’re most powerfully positioned to serve the person that you once were.” – Larry Winget
For most of us, the way to find purpose and clarity about our uniqueness is being connected to a “who.”
And so the questions are:
“Who is your who?”
“How do you find your who?”
And the answer is that “you are most powerfully positioned to serve the person you once were.
There’s a good chance that you’re “who” today is somebody who looks a lot like the person that you were 10 to 20 years ago.
And that is POWERFUL.
It not only gives you purpose for your future, but it provides perspective for your past.
Meaning it explains why you have experienced pain because every pain has prepared you for this moment.
It has prepared you to become the person that you needed to become, so that you could someday look back and help somebody else.
I believe that this is God’s divine design of your humanity.
All the things that you have overcome have prepared you for your purpose.
Which is to look back and serve somebody else going through the same pain you already went through.
If you want to talk to us some more about how you can do this, especially if you’re an expert, coach, author, or speaker, book a Free Brand Call with one of our Personal Brand Strategists today!
Before I end this short blog post, I want to leave you with this one tactical tip.
All you have to do is ask yourself:
“What obstacle have I overcome?”
“What setback have I survived?”
“What challenge have I conquered?”
“What tragedy have I triumphed over?”
That is it!
Whatever your answers are, they’ll signal you that there is somebody out there that you are most powerfully positioned to serve.