Three Questions To Ask When Seeking Purposeful Work
Putting your purpose to work for you now
'Tis the season when commencement speakers urge graduates to live their lives with purpose. Purpose will be a lodestone that points them toward their True North. Such advice applies to more than matriculating students, and it applies to all of us at any age.
There is something else to add to reasons to live more purposefully: personal health. According to a research article published in Health Psychology, and summarized in an Institute of Coaching newsletter, “research showing that a strong sense of purpose in life is associated with reduced risk of stroke, cardiovascular events, cognitive impairment, and overall mortality risk … and the ability of the body to withstand wear and tear caused by stress.”
In other words, a stronger purpose can lead to healthier individuals.
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