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 honor what you are set out to do. It’s a wonderful thing to know your life’s purpose. It can be harder to know how to honor your purpose daily. If you ever find yourself stuck for ideas on what you can do, especially when you don’t have a lot of time to spare, try one of these super quick and easy ideas:
By journaling about your purpose, you’ll reconnect with why this is something you’re passionate about. You can even use journaling to chronicle all the things you’ve accomplished in pursuing this, or to list things you’re looking forward to doing next.
Have a Conversation
Sharing with others about your purpose is a wonderful way to practice putting into words why this is important and what you’re hoping to do. More important, you might even inspire the other person in their own purpose!
Thinking about your purpose can help put your thoughts in order, especially if you’ve been feeling uncertain lately or need to gain a clearer vision of what you’re hoping to accomplish with your purpose.
Take meditation a step further by delving deeply into the image of your purpose. Visualization has been proven to help people accomplish these goals, making this one of those tools with an impact.
Learn Something New
Are there things that would help you in your purpose that you don’t know? Reading an article, listening to a podcast, attending a lecture, or even signing up for a class are great ways to build the skills you need to take your purpose to the next level.
Craft a Mission Statement
What are you meant to be doing exactly? If you don’t know, it’s impossible to act upon it. By writing out a mission statement, you’re putting into a couple of sentences the most important aspects of your purpose. Once you have this statement, print it out and hang it up where you can see it. Read this mission statement daily and make it part of who you are.
Who else has a destiny similar to your own? Reading biographies of accomplished individuals, talking to mentors, or listening to podcasts by people with similar passions will revitalize your purpose and motivate you to continue trying.
Give Yourself Time
Purpose needs daily attention. Set aside a piece of every day to live out yours. It doesn’t have to be long. Even getting up a half hour earlier or staying up a half hour later will give you enough time to make a difference. The point is to make a regular practice of spending time with your purpose to keep it fresh.
The main thing to remember when you want to honor your purpose is to hold fast to what you believe in. If you can live without compromising your purpose, you’ve already won.
Honoring your purpose can be challenging. Check out these tips for preparing for success and failure.
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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