No. 75



What if your purpose in life wasn’t to DO anything? What if it was just to BE? To be exactly who you are. To make mistakes. To love. To laugh. To challenge the status quo. To create a family. To pursue your passions. To be present in every moment. To be thankful. To indulge. To drink with all your senses. To dance. To sing. To be unapologetic and own your beauty.

What if the only thing you need to do to fulfill your purpose in life is be who you authentically are?

What would that mean for you?

{photograph by Sodanie Chea, used under Creative Commons license}

About brandi

Brandi is a digital strategist, website developer, and founder of Alchemy+Aim, a company that helps entrepreneurs and business owners elevate their online presence and enhance their digital experience. Her academic background in theatre, philosophy and physics was the perfect foundation for launching her business, where she’s worked with Brené Brown, Laverne Cox, Judy Smith, and other notable thought leaders since 2013. She is an advocate for using technology in ways that humanize, connect and serve people as well as for asking deeper philosophical questions and teaching others to think more broadly about impact when they create, particularly in STEAM fields.

3 thoughts on “Purpose

  1. That would entail me moving to the country and living among the grass and the animals, sleeping outside under the stars and bathing in the river….The closer I am to nature, the more authentic I feel. I always have to stop myself when I feel like I’m getting too wrapped up in the meaningless things in life…life really is too short to be anything or do anything you want.
    This is a gorgeous picture! Can’t you just feel her grabbing hold of that light.

    Sarah – I’m so happy to have found your blog. It’s very inspiring.

  2. Brandi, I love this. What a thought to ponder this weekend. I haven’t emailed you about the book yet because work got crazy so I put the whole project on hold until I get back from NYC, but I’m loving following along with your daily meditations via Instagram.

  3. To be honest… I have always felt that this is why I’m here.
    When people have asked me what my purpose in life is, I’m always a bit stumped and answer “To be here and learn”. I feel that too much weight is placed on careers, family, love etc. as someones life purpose, when really… aren’t they just by-products of living true to yourself?

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