In interviews and everyday life, people often ask if I’ve “found my purpose” in my work with HeartStories.
I don’t know where this lands in the Ennegram or other tests, but I’m a person who needs a reason, a purpose, behind why I’m investing my time into everything I do. I would say I’m very competitive, but it’s more of an internal drive of passion than an external measure of competition. I need to do the thing I set out to do, whether anyone else, applauds it, sees it, or even cares.
In fact, the founding tenants of HeartStories have always been “connecting women to inspire joy and the courage to pursue your purpose”.
Even in that, there is an implication that purpose is a singular thing, you inherently understand. Or it’s something you’ve worked hard to discover. As I’ve grown as a person, I realize now, more than ever that purpose …