How To Find Your True Life Purpose (And Make It Pay)

By Seamus Anthony

By Seamus Anthony

So you’ve downloaded our free eBook, Curly’s Law, about the need to identify your One Thing, your True Life Purpose – but did you actually read it?

And if you did read it – have you managed to actually identify your One Thing?

It’s not always easy is it?

I gave my method for figuring out my One Thing in the book, but that was just one way.

I don’t really know what other ways there are, or at least I didn’t until I read Brian Kim’s excellent How To Finally Find What You Love to Do AND Get Paid For Doing It!”

The Trouble with the “Do What You Love” Theory

When it comes to careers, the clichéd advice is to “do what you love” if you want to succeed BUT what do you do if you don’t know what you love?

And hang on a second – don’t you know plenty of artists, writers, healers, musicians and wannabe-entrepreneurs who know very well what they love to do but just can’t seem to make it pay?

Well, if that’s you – relax. Brian’s excellent little eBook (with the very long title) is a Godsend for those who are undecided as to what their true purpose is or who haven’t got a clue how to make their passion pay-up some cold hard cash.

4 Reasons I Highly Recommend this Book

I don’t know Brian Kim personally, but I have been twice now impressed with his work (read about the other time his writing blew my mind here). The reasons I so heartily recommend “How to Find What You Love To Do AND Get Paid For Doing It” are:

  • There’s no hippy-drippy nonsense; no “open your mind to the Universe and let the love flow in” crap. In case you haven’t woken up and smelled the coffee yet, all that Law of Attraction baloney doesn’t work – not on its own anyway. You can sit around and wish for success all you like, but if you do, all you’re really doing is settling for a life of mediocrity. Instead you need concrete, practical advice about how to get off your butt and make it happen already. This book provides just that.
  • It’s a very structured book, a practical workbook that gets you to work it out over a period of time. Brian will have you delve deeper and deeper into your own nature until you find your True Purpose inside of you, just sitting there like a brilliant diamond waiting all this time for you to discover it.
  • It’s specific – you’ll learn “What” and then “How”. First you find ‘what’ it is you truly should be doing with your life – your calling. Once you know what this is (and you will) then you move on to ‘how’ to make it pay. If you know you can’t be happy while you’re working a dreary, dead-end day job that doesn’t leave you with enough energy to pursue your dreams, then take my advice – buy this book now and get moving. Life is short! Stop wasting time!
  • There’s no fluff. Coming in at 52 pages, this book gets straight to the point and will have you up and at ‘em in no time. In fact Brian says that the book was originally over 200 pages long but he boiled it down to the bare essentials so as not to overwhelm you with too much superfluous information and padding. If only more authors would do this! I don’t know about you but I am a busy man and I like to just get in, get the information I need, and then get on with it.

Who Else is Ready To Get On With Fulfilling Their True Life Purpose?

If you’re happy in your work or have figured out what your life’s passion is – and how to make it pay so that you don’t need no stinkin’ day job, then don’t buy this book. It’s not for those who are content with their station in life and feel they have no more learning to do, no more adventures to go on.

But if that isn’t you then you need to find out what your One Thing is now and how to go for it and succeed. What are your other options? Keep working for the man forever?

Consider these pertinent questions from Brian’s website:

Why sacrifice almost half of your day (if you include commuting) 5 days a week just to enjoy your nights and weekends?

Why sacrifice the best time period of your life so you can enjoy your golden years?

Why put yourself through all this pain and misery for the majority of your adult life?

When did people lie down and accept drudgery, boredom and dissatisfaction as a fact of life?

It doesn’t make any sense.

As I said at the beginning of this article, I already know my true life purpose – and I am making it pay already – but reading this book made me feel even more resolute to move on up to the next level and “go for gold” as the cliché goes.

Now – I paid 25 bucks for “How to Find What You Love To Do…”, but for a short time Brian has reduced the price to about $19 so click through now to check it out and ask yourself this – if you spend $19 on a book that finally brings you the success you have craved all your life – then isn’t that worth it?

I reckon it is, so hop to it and Click Here Now to find out more about the book.

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Hi, I'm Seamus Anthony. I am an author, artist and musician from Australia. Here at Rebel Zen, I document my journey as an creative artist and human and in doing so, hopefully help you in your own progress through your life of creativity. Go get your free E-book by me: "Taming The Monkey Mind".

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  1. People want the question of purpose to be answered definitively, once and for all. We would like our purpose to provide us with meaning, stability, and identity. We would like our purpose to create structure and focus. We would like to be able to hold it in our hands, to create a mission statement to show others. We want our purpose to resolve the uncertainty of living. This approach misses the mark.
    Our purpose is not a thing. It is not a box. It is not a job classification. It is not a particular entrepreneurial venture. It is not something we can articulate definitively. It most certainly is not anything that can be found outside of ourselves.
    Purpose refers to what we hear within our heart, moment-to-moment. Our purpose in life is found as we align with the spontaneous and creative impulses of our heart, such that whatever we do and wherever we go, we bring the expression of our own creativity, our own passion, our own authenticity. It doesn’t really matter what we do, as long as what we do is in response to the deepest currents of inspired creativity.
    The form of it, the face of it, the scope of it are all irrelevant. One can be just as purposeful while cleaning out the garage as when giving a talk to the world’s ambassadors at the United Nations

    I do not think we will find what we are looking for if we want our purpose to be defined from the outside, in definitive and concrete terms. Life itself has no purpose; it is a flowing, constantly changing stream of mystery, possibility, and surprise. Our desire for purpose is an expression of our alienation from that life-stream. When we live within that life-stream with awareness, our every impulse, our every movement, our every action is fully and wholly purposeful.

  2. @Padre – sure man. I have no problem with all of that – but some of us need more than hippie woo-woo moments, as nice as they may be. A lot of us have a very real need to identify our true passion, set a big-arsed goal and shoot for the moon. That’s why I recommend this book, for those people.

  3. Yes thanks on re-reading it does sound hippie woo woo I got a bit carried away. What I was intending to get across is that the one thing can be anything or everything you do. And as curly says the rest don’t mean shit.

  4. Padre my brother – I totally agree. There are levels to happiness. For example on one level how your career or other pragmatic stuff goes doesn’t need to affect your happiness too bad if you have the skills to rise above it and tap into the Universal but on the other hand – you gotta work and eat so you might as well go for it and rock the ship.

  5. Great resource! I can’t tell you how many friends of mine are at this crossroads. Two years out of college and flailing to find purpose in a world of possibility. It’s definitely overwhelming when most of them realize they spent the last 4+ yrs of their life studying something they aren’t going to use in real life. I know over at they are constantly stewing over this issue of finding ur true passion and then turning that into cash. I think for most people it takes soul searching. People get so out of touch with their spirit…what makes them the most happy everyday. I will def pass this alone to my readers and close friends!

  6. Hi Seamus
    I read Brian’s book awhile back and you’re right, it really comes to the point. Does a good job of getting targeted. Much better than many.

    But there’s an interesting detail I’ve seen that is not often covered. The difference between purpose and obligation. For some people, finding their purpose is finding what needs to be done. It’s very clear. But for some people, the 2 are not in sync. They have a purpose but their obligations pull them away from that. Of course, there is things like the artist with creative drive who’s a parent and needs a solid income. But I’m talking about more subtle obligation. What we bring that needs to be done. karma some might call it. Finding purpose can be a way to find joy in our life, but we may need to spend some time earning money other ways.

    Brians book does not talk about this, but he does help one find a way to bring obligation closer to what brings us joy. And that’s a good thing.

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