Most people I meet don’t know what their purpose in life is.

They don’t have a clear, clarion calling.

They don’t know what they are meant to do with their lives.

And so they float along, waiting for a neon light to tell them what they should be doing.

But let me put it to you that you don’t need to know your purpose to live with purpose.

Perhaps you don’t exactly know what your calling is.

Perhaps you don’t know what you are good at or how you should be using your skills.

But you can still make a positive contribution to the people around you.

You can still care for those who are struggling.

You can still bring optimism to negative environments.

You can still try new things and test your capabilities.

You can still be fascinated by problems and people (or perhaps even problem people).

You can still bring others together in the pursuit of a common goal.

You can still do something that matters.

And in doing so, maybe one day you’ll look back and realise that you were living your purpose all along.