Posted by: broshe on Jun 21, 2012
A company I had been involved with before joining Microsoftheard that I was back in the job market and hired me immediately.I earned more in my new position than I had earned at Microsoft,so my journey had taken me full circle. The loss of my job led to the development of my own successful business, and the loss of that business then led to securing a new job.
The events in my lifethat could have been perceived as losses did not equate to any realsense of loss at all when I realized that my experiences could onlystrengthen my ability to fulfi ll my soul purpose and be of greaterservice to others. Microsoft was a very important part of my journey,and owning my own business was also a very important part ofmy journey.
I was afforded the opportunity to have skills that aresuccessfully honed and transferable to both large corporations andsmall businesses. Through the challenging times, I have been ableto overcome and be transformed, enabling me to relate to businesson various levels, both deep and wide. I understand the struggle andthe victory, and there is a valuable place for both because withoutboth places, I would not be as successful as I am today.
I could notbe of the utmost service to the kinds of clients I serve today, bothbusinesses and individuals. The tools that I have developed on myjourney and the skills that I have honed along the way have nowadded to my unique ability to inspire success and achieve results. No journey is in vain. It all serves your purpose.
This is an excerpt from my new book, Sole to Soul: How To Identify Your Soul Purpose and Monetize It, which is available now! To download a free chapter and order, please click here.