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TCC’s Top 10 Links of the Week

Posted by on Sep 27, 2013 in Blog, Creativity, Purpose, Small Business, Twitter | 0 comments

It’s been a long hard week folks. I have been making some changes to the blog. But I couldn’t leave you hanging for your weekly dose of link love. In the coming weeks the links will be a little more organized based on content (i.e. coaching, business tips, social media). I am always looking for ways to make things easier for you. Which is why I started the Top 10 Links of the Week. As always, feedback is greatly appreciated. So sit back, relax, and happy reading!!!

  1. How To Get Into Events for FREE @womengamechange
  2. 4 Ways to Grow Your Blog Today @clumsycrafter
  3. 8 Best Website Resources to Grow Your Small Business @smallbizlady
  4. How to Find Your Life Purpose: 25 Discovery Questions @prolificliving
  5. 52 Ways to Market Yourself & Your Business by Creating @womenceo
  6. How to Find Joy in the Daily Grind @NadiaGoodman
  7. 60 Simple Ways to Increase Your Twitter Followers @Wishpond
  8. Branding Versus Monetizing A Blog @Soulati
  9. 7 Productivity-Boosting Tools to Fight Procrastination @sarahang5
  10. 26 Creative Ideas – How to Be Creative When Creativity Is Blocked @Brainzooming
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Quote of the Week: There is no greater tragedy than a life that is lived without purpose. Ed Young

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 in Ed Young, Life, Purpose, Tragedy | 0 comments

There is no greater tragedy than a life that is lived without purpose.  Ed Young

Purpose – The reason for which something is created.

For awhile, I worked in nursing homes. I had countless clients, most of whom were well past the age of 75. I listened to many stories. But the ones I found the most heartbreaking were the ones from people who had not found their true purpose in life. Or if they found their purpose, squandered it.

One of my clients I remember vividly is Mr. Jones*. He was a handsome man in his day. He was also athletic and talented. But he was a bit of a ne’er do well. He spent more time in jail than out. He had plenty of potential and boatloads of squandered opportunities. But more importantly, he coasted through life, no direction, no purpose. Mr. Jones died a few months after I met him. But I would often sit and wonder what he could he have accomplished had he found his true calling and followed it. I wondered that about many of my former patients. Years before I started working in the nursing homes, I used to wonder about my own purpose. I worked for years in the IT industry, but I hated it. I didn’t feel like I was making a difference. So I changed course.

Do you feel this way? Do you feel like you are drifting along in life with no direction? Are you still trying to figure out your purpose? Are you scared that you are wasting your life? Then take action today. Figure out your true path in life. But you don’t have to go it alone. If you want to get out of that rut you’re in, contact me today for a free coaching session. Let’s get you on the right path today.

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