Jump-starting the Journey of Purpose: Part 3
The Life Transition
I wrote Jump-starting the Journey of Purpose Special Report Trilogy back in 2015 and posted it on my free WordPress blog. I later moved on to this blog and forgot all about the special report. Recently, I decided to revamp it and share it here. I didn’t change much as I wanted it to remain the same as it was back then. My goal was to communicate the importance of one’s God-given purpose.
Jump-starting the Journey of Purpose
I wrote the report to encourage those who have given up on knowing their God-given purpose. Many have decided to take another path in life because they believe knowing their purpose is too difficult. I thought as much back then until I came to know the truth. God reveals your purpose, and you don’t have to struggle to know it. Your purpose will provide solutions to the world, and they will bring God glory.
Today, I post Jump-starting the Journey of Purpose Part 3: The Life Transition. It helps you transition from a stagnant life to a purposeful one. It prepares you mentally, emotionally, and spiritually for your journey of purpose. Making the transition from your current job to your purpose is a life transition and not a career transition, as many have come to believe.
In Part 3 of the special report, you will learn about:
- The life transition
- Preparation for the purpose journey
- Why the season of transition resembles the wilderness
- Threats to your success in the transition period
- How to emerge successfully from a season of transition
Listen to Part 3 on Anchor.fm, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and Radio Public.
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Please read Jump-starting the Journey of Purpose Part 1 and Part 2 to get all the information.
Josephine Ngatia is a Digital Content Writer & Strategist. She works with Christian ministers and business owners to plan, develop, and manage digital content for them. She develops digital content for their websites, blogs, and other channels. Josephine mostly works with new authors, business startups, and small businesses.