How to Find Your Purpose in Life

From “Finding Purpose in Life” – The Motivator

MSAA is proud to introduce the latest edition of The Motivator, now available in both print and digital editions! This edition’s cover story, “Finding Purpose in Life” discusses how the concept of Purpose in Life has been shown to dramatically affect one’s emotional, mental, and physical health.

Read an excerpt from our cover story below:


Finding a Purpose in Life is a deeply personal thing. For it to have optimal impact, it must be something that resonates for you – something that reflects your beliefs, your interests, and your goals. They key is knowing how to unearth it under the trials and tribulations of everyday life.

  1. Make a list and check it twice.

Actually, make several lists…

  • What makes you happy?
  • What are your talents?
  • What can people learn from you?
  • What calls you to action?

Spend time with your answers. Perhaps your purpose in life is on one – or more – of your lists.

2. Thank-you notes.

Grab a pen and a piece of paper and write thank-you notes to the people who have made a difference in your life. Sometimes, in acknowledging those people and the impact they had on our lives, we find a desire to do the same for others.


Continue reading for more tips and check out the entire Winter/Spring 2021 edition of The Motivator on MSAA’s website today!

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