I am Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.
When building your profitable practice, it’s important to remember your purpose. Have you been struggling lately to get on with your day? Are you lying in bed, hitting the snooze alarm more often than you hit the floor running, eager to start the day? If this seems familiar, it might be because you lack purpose in your day-to-day life. After all, the enthusiasm isn’t there if you start the day feeling like it’s just another series of tasks to get through. The solution to the day-to-day blues isn’t as complicated as you might think. You start by finding your purpose.
Not sure something so small could have such a significant impact on your day? Consider these advantages having a purpose will give you:
Purpose Digs into Your Passions
Purpose links up to those things which really matter to you most. Imagine taking the thing you love doing more than anything else. Now, make this part of your daily life. Exploring what excites you is a big part of having a purpose.
Purpose Creates Goals
Too often, our lives are aimless, with the focus being on how to get through the day. If you want to direct your life and pursue a worthwhile goal, starting with your purpose will hone your focus and give you a place to begin.
Passion Allows You to Live Your Truth
We all have values that we believe in. When you live with purpose, this means you make daily steps that are in alignment with those values. Why? Because it’s when you live according to someone else’s purpose which leads to unhealthy compromises of values.
Purpose Gives Impact
If you want the things you do in the day to matter, work according to your purpose. Purpose makes us thoughtful in the choices we make, especially when it comes to spending time and resources. By putting this much consideration into action, you know you’re accomplishing more of what’s worthwhile.
Purpose Leads to Productivity
It’s when you don’t know where to begin or what needs doing when you lose a lot of time. Procrastination especially creeps in as a response to overwhelm and lack of direction. When you have a purpose, you have a clearer idea of where you’re going and the next steps you’ll need to get there. This leads to higher productivity when you sit down to work.
Purpose Makes Your Day More Interesting
Finally, when you have a purpose in your life and act according to this purpose, you’re going to find yourself smiling more and feeling more relaxed. There’s great satisfaction when you work toward what matters to you personally. Even the small mundane tasks can seem more fun and interesting when you know how they contribute to the whole.
Living in your purpose can be hard if you are resistant to change. Check out our blog post here for insight on the need for change to live in your purpose.
I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits. Please go to businessofrehab.com/guide to pick up the free guide to help you determine the best business entity for your new practice.
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