by Alan | 5:10 PM

Can you change your destiny?
Finding your purpose and passion in life.

Can you change your destiny?

can you change your destiny finding your purpose and passion in life

I guess if you’re asking this question, something about your life isn’t what you may have wanted. Can you change your destiny? Will it be through finding your purpose and passion in life?

You can be prevented from doing what you want. Do you believe that?

You are where you are because of a whole lot of reasons, but some of those reasons have to do with the war that rages inside you that prevents you from finding your purpose and passion in life. If you are like me, “YOU” may be the issue. Discovery in my life has brought a realization that I just need to get out of my own way.

Is that you?

Do you create more problems for yourself than you fix? Do you engage in activities that bring you temporary comfort but don’t really help you in finding your purpose and passion in life? It can be anything from complacency to procrastination to addiction of any kind.

I don’t believe you are stuck for good. You may be stuck, but you can get unstuck! You just have to give yourself a chance.

Can you change your destiny?

The debate lingers on this topic. Some believe that fate decides. Some believe we stumble through life (some prove it). Some believe that destiny seekers are egotistical maniacs that should just sit down and appreciate the beauty that surrounds them.

Maybe people shouldn’t judge so harshly? Ourselves or others.

Belief in destiny may prove futile and insignificant. But actually finding your passion and purpose in life may make the debate irrelevant.

Let me explain.

If you find yourself doing what makes you happy, doing what fulfills a deeper part of your heart or what makes you want to sidestep the morning voices of negativity and do some work, you may have already answered the question, “Can you change your destiny?”

But, if you find yourself waking up to just another day filled with whatever happens and nothing makes the colors jump or the sun shine, it may be time for a change. If you find yourself bored with everything and even your tippin’ and slippin’ only leads you to pain, you may want to think about finding your purpose and passion in life.

Of course, maybe if you are reading this, you already know you need to. Or, maybe you just want to.

I’ll tell you what, I am going to press the believe button and just assume you are here because it is our destiny together.

Finding your purpose and passion in life

CreatYourDream.comeonwithit.com

I have created this website to be a place where people can discover recovery through design – recovery from addiction, procrastination, and even poverty.

SIDE NOTE: Poverty has effects on a person’s mind. It’s difficult to dream when survival is all you see. It’s hard to see a different destiny. In places like Cameroon in Africa where 24 percent of the population lives on $1.90 a day or less, thinking about creating a dream may not be high on the list of activities in a day.

Food for thought: In a land of promise, the people owe it to the world to produce their dreams. You never know what you may become if you focus, hope and push.

Recovery through Design

In this series of posts, I start with these questions:

  1. What is your purpose?
  2. What is your passion?

To the addict, if you feel like being lost in addiction is what your life will always be, I’m sorry. But if you think there might be something for you to create, join me on CreateYourDream and Comeonwithit!

It is my belief that you are meant for something greater. It’s also my belief that everything you need to succeed is already inside you. I just want to help you tap into your own resources, your own intelligence, and your own capacity to learn and do.

And I want to see you win.

I also believe that waking up with passion may break you free from the bondage of addiction, self-loathing and the mundane things of life.

Anyone can create. That is why we are here.

Can you change your destiny by finding your purpose and passion in life?

I think it may be the only way to go.

Think about it.

Register here if you are ready, and I will be in touch.

Please send me a message through my contact page if you just want to connect. You are meant for more than what you have experience up until now.

You may not be an addict, but if you feel like this message is for you in any way, I would love to connect. If you know someone that needs to hear they can have recovery through design, please send them a link to this post.

Almost done…

For more information on some steps you can take, check out this page. It’s a connection to this site from my Facebook page “Come on with it,” but it explains a lot.

If you just want me to spill the beans, my plan is to connect you to Wealthy Affiliate where you can be a part of an awesome community and learn a little about affiliate marketing. They have a free account called their starter membership. I also want to connect you to Simpleology – the Simple Science of Productivity. They have a free option as well, and you can learn some very helpful habits that will transform your life. My reviews are at these links.

Wealthy Affiliate Review.

Simpleology Review.

I am just a guy who wants a better life for myself, and I am doing that through affiliate marketing. I also have been working in a drug and alcohol rehab for the past seven years, and I believe that addicts could change the world by finding their purpose and passion in life and answering to themselves the question, “Can you change your destiny?”

I believe you can, and I hope to see you!

Alan

Comments

Deano

Great site I really like the concept that is the question what is the purpose of life? I do disagree with what you said about poorest countries, as certain research suggest that some of the poorest countries are in fact the happiest as they appreciate the smaller things in life rather than chasing a never ending dream of happiness from tv commercials

Jun 14.2017 | 06:01 pm

    Alan

    Yeah, the American Way certainly isn’t appropriate for other countries. I have been to the Dominican Republic, and I agree from that experience that the people there certainly appreciate the small things. I also saw the conditions they live in. They are abysmal. I would love for them to not be polluted by Western culture while pursuing their dreams, whatever they may be. Thanks for the comment brother. I love it. There are other problems with Cameroon as an example. Widespread alcoholism. It’s an issue that points to possible dissatisfaction with the status quo.

    Jun 14.2017 | 06:55 pm

Ralph Martin

I totally agree with you on this subject. Often times we are the ones who get in the way of our own goals and dreams in life. Also, I believe if we spend more time enjoying life as opposed to worrying about day to day things, we become more apt to reach our goals and desires.

Jun 14.2017 | 06:47 pm

    Alan

    I’m with you on that. I have been trying to be more efficient with my usage of time as well. If I get everything done quickly and on target, the rest of the day is mine to do with what I please. I would refer you to my Simpleology review. It has really been helping me to get stuff done. I tend to just work more after that but I have my addictions still. I am a workaholic. I can’t stop.

    Jun 14.2017 | 07:35 pm

Linda

Great site, Alan! Good job! I agree with you that sometimes we block ourselves and think that we can’t achieve our dreams. I believe that we can change everything in our lives if we want. Now I can say for sure, that I feel like I am at the right time and place doing what I love and enjoy. I appreciate all I have and feeling happy most of the time.
Your site will be useful for many people. Thank you!
Linda

Jun 15.2017 | 11:35 am

    Alan

    I really appreciate your opinion. I hope your prediction comes true. I can see myself helping people create their dreams in my mind. So how it actually will look may surprise me. I’d love to be really busy making it work. Thanks for stopping by and I hope to hear from you soon.

    Jun 15.2017 | 01:25 pm

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