• Rachelle MiIlar

Finding your Purpose

In 2004, I found my life's purpose. It was to "Hold open a learning space". The reason I needed to find that purpose and the importance of creating clarity where there was clutter and peace where there was conflict was the fact that I was very good at all and a master of none. I was capable of doing many things, but the time of doing many things was wearing me down and it wasn't fun anymore. I wanted to find what was important to me and my quest of aligning my values, making meaning out of my life and my purpose helped me to make the changes required to send me into a new career a new way of being in the world.