One of the biggest question marks most entrepreneurs have is whether or not their business is a true reflection of their life purpose.

It’s like they constantly say: “Is this REALLY what I’m supposed to be doing?”

lifepurposeAfter training thousands of people to create businesses around what they love and respect the most, around finding their life purpose, we now feel like we’ve got a pretty darn good idea of what this looks like.

So here are the 14 signs that you’re running a business based on finding your life purpose.

1.     You’re getting things done. And super fast.

If you’re finding your life purpose and living it fully, your creativity, focus, and productivity flow. Brilliant material literally pours out of you. And having things linger on for a long time literally doesn’t feel like an option any more.

2. People want to hire you to help them do what you’re doing or have done.

When you’re finding your life purpose, people look at you as someone special and want to hire you to teach them. And it’s not because you’re trying to get them to come to you. They simply see you as an amazing model of what’s possible, and they want to create your results too.

3. Money is coming in even though you are not always focused on it.

Now I’m a huge believer in focusing on money and wealth because that’s how you develop a healthy relationship with it. But I’ve noticed that the more “in harmony” we get with finding our life purpose, the less we focus or worry about it. Just about every week, people show up to want to work with us, promote us, or do something else that generates money. So I’ve concluded that more connected you are to finding your life purpose, the more money is attracted to you.

4. You wake up with new ideas just about every day.

This is a blessing and curse. In fact, I often drive my team crazy. But it’s true. When you are finding your life purpose and living it fully, you continue to see more and more ways to grow your vision and make an impact. It’s like you become an idea factory that is constantly coming up with new ways to grow and expand. To a certain degree, you can’t turn it off.

lifepurpose25. You feel completely willing to deal with the problems and challenges that arise as you move forward.

When you’re finding & living your life purpose, it’s more important to move through your obstacles quickly than it is to dwell on them, complain about them, or wish they weren’t showing up. You simply deal, because you know that anything else would slow you down.

6. You’re seeing yourself get better and better at your craft.

Nobody ever locks into their life purpose overnight. It takes time to find your life purpose. You get a glimpse and then you keep going, keep practicing, and keep showing up. Then slowly, over time, you notice yourself becoming the best in the world at it. And the progress is evident to you and to others.

7. High-level people ask how they can help you.

You know that you’re really finding your life-purpose when other high-level people and leaders start coming forward to help you. It’s a little shocking at first. But you’ll get used to it. And then it will become incredible fuel to show you that you’re moving in the right direction.

8. You desire to become healthier and more vibrant because you know that energy will help you be a better leader.

When you’re finding your life purpose, you don’t feel like you can waste any time or energy. In fact, it becomes a top priority to keep your mind, body, and energy levels at their highest peak state. Because your mission in the world is too important to do anything but show up at your best.

9. You feel lucky that “this” is how you spend your time.

There are millions and millions of people in the world who can’t stand what they do. But when you’re finding your life purpose, it’s almost shocking that people pay you to do what you do. In fact, you even find yourself saying: “I can’t believe this is how I get paid!”

10. People are promoting your stuff even when you don’t ask them to.

Because when you’re finding your life purpose, the caliber and quality of your content and products is just incredible. And when you make great stuff, people love to share it. Period.

lifepurpose311. You feel MOSTLY proud of what you create.

When you’re finding your life purpose, you’re creating A LOT of stuff. You’re constantly throwing stuff against the wall to see what sticks. You’re unafraid to try out new things. And while it won’t all be exceptional, you feel MOSTLY proud of what you create.

12. People are transformed by your work.

You get fan mail out of the blue. People stop by to tell you what a difference you’ve made in their lives. And beyond all that, you know that what you’re doing is providing an incredible service to the world. Finding your life purpose is reflected by the transformation of others.

13. The people around you won’t let you quit.

Whether it’s your team, your clients, or your fans, there are people around you who will push you to keep going, to keep growing, and to keep showing up even when it get’s tough (which it always will). Finding your life purpose is not easy. But when other people push you to keep going, you know you’re on the right track.

14. More than anything, you know you’re finding your life purpose because there is this subtle yet profound presence that’s telling you to keep going.

As I said, finding and living your life purpose is not something that happens overnight. In fact, I’ve been working on it for decades, because it isn’t really “a thing” but more like an energy.

But what I know is that every time I’ve tried to do something else besides what I’m doing, there has always been that subtle voice inside of me reminding me to keep going.

Your outer world may not reflect the hugeness of your inner vision yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s not right. It takes time to build something profound. So listen to your inner wisdom above all else to tell you if you’re moving in the right direction. I’ll say it again: finding your life purpose is more of an energy than an outcome.

Hopefully this article simply helps you become aware of the outer signs that things are moving in the right direction for you..

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  1. Shelly said:

    Amazing article. It’s just what I needed. I’ve found my life’s purpose! This article has been confirmation for me. Now I can let go of measuring my progress in terms of a paycheck. I’ve always believed the statement, “do what you love and the money will come.” Slowly but surely it has been. Your article has helped keep me “on point,” moving forward and eliminating self doubt. I absolutely LOVE what I’m doing. And your article is correct, I don’t think about other things much when I’m fully engaged in my purpose. I just feel great! It’s like being “in the zone.” Thank you! Warmly, Shelly B.

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  2. Violet Kashewa, Corporate Intuitive Advisor said:

    True words to the wise. At a critical time in history, we have no other greater spiritual obligation that to co-creatively express our soulful purpose so that others may be inspired to do the same.

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  3. Ed Ferrigan said:

    This is a good article Max. Thanks for sharing your wisdom and laying down the breadcrumbs of success. Ive passed it on to my tribe.

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    • Max Simon said:

      THANK YOU for sharing. We are very grateful… Much love, Max

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  4. Dan Fowler said:

    Life Purpose, Life Lessons, and Life School… all key components to understanding what makes the entrepreneur inside tick. Thank you Max for making the doorway to the mountain top accessible.

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  5. alison said:

    Yep,number4 is totally me.Just sooo many ideas flowing.One of these days I shall bring them into fruitionHow exciting!!

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  6. Sherry Rothwell said:

    So true….I slugged along for years as a nutritionist, but the minute I decided to do the work that I know that I was really put here to do (helping holistically minded mamas get their health, home and family sorted, so that they can do big things in the world -guilt free), my income (and satisfaction with my work) literally tripled in 30 days!

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    • Max Simon said:

      what an AWESOME story Sherry… THANK YOU for sharing it with us. Love it!! Max

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  7. Amelia Sequeira said:

    Thank you for a great article… I needed the confirmation. :-)

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  8. Derek Scruggs said:

    Overall I think this is great. However, I’m wary of the phrase “life purpose.” One’s purpose can change over time, and I think this phrase puts too much pressure on people (particularly young people) to find the One True Thing that will occupy them for the next 30-40 years. I think a more realistic time horizon is 5-10 years.

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    • Max Simon said:

      life purpose is not about a thing, it is about an experience you have. which means you are right, there is no one thing. but it does not have to take 5-10 years. it can happen the moment people allow themselves to follow what’s most true and alive for them.

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  9. Joe said:

    What a great Article!!!!, I totally enjoyed it, what is being said in there is the very truth.
    Thank you!!!
    Joe

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  10. Daniel said:

    Ok, that’s what I want — I want to know that I am living my life’s purpose. I’ve been working on getting there for a long time. All I’ve figured out is that it revolves around being an entrepreneur. In what? Still don’t know. Kind of discouraging, but I’m always making slow progress in a random way. There has to be some way to be more efficient… what exactly is my true life’s purpose? How can my business reflect m,y purpose unless I have some at least blunt idea of what that is.

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  11. Andy said:

    I want to live my life purposefully too, but I feel stuck and confused at the moment. I have a bit of debt, and have just moved countries to find work. i feel I have a good idea for starting a small business as a real estate photographer/videographer, it seems clear in my minds eye what I need to do, but I know I’m doing it mostly for the money (and I do like looking at beautiful houses!). When, really deep down I know I’d be happier being a filmmaker/cameraman, telling stories and making films that matter to people, but I don’t think I can make enough money to support myself and partner, at least in the foreseeable future doing so. I’m not sure what the best direction to take is? Would it be counterproductive in the long term to settle for the “money business” idea? Sacrifice everything to try and make films? Or, try and do both? – but would doing both dissipate my focus too much??

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    • Max Simon said:

      Here’s my question to you Andy. How could you take your love for story telling into your real estate business? it’s possible. you just need to bring the two worlds together…

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      • Gil Alan said:

        First thing I saw as soon as I read this comment…. Interesting video shot of the property, Music, and a voice-over story of the place and/or the people who have lived there, all buildings have a story to tell as they taken on the energy of the occupants, the grounds they are built on, and the energetic vortex they are standing in…. there are so many stories a building has to tell and you could tell those stories Andy and draw people into the property on a different level and fulfill your need as a film maker and storyteller – the possibilities of the stories to be told are quite amazing and it would be fantastic!!

        Sorry to jump in here but I just got really excited about it! ;)

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  12. Brian Frank said:

    Thank you for this article. Most all points are inline with what I am working on today. Amazing that is all comes together so fast! I wake up with new ideas and need to write them down before I can go back to sleep. Excitement is always rising and I welcome the challenges.

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  13. Michelle Pierson said:

    I LOVED this article. I’m going to share it with others. Every piece resonated with me. Thank you! I can truly say I’m finally living my life purpose. The energy is off the charts.

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  14. Innocent said:

    Hmm…
    This is interesting, but to be frank knowing one’s life purpose could be daunting atimes.
    And one may get confused or overwhelmed in the process.

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  15. Manal said:

    This is my favourite post to date!! Full of gems.

    While I have no clue what I’m being called to do now, this post confirmed for me that what I *was* doing, was not ‘it’. I struggled immensely I burnt out over and over, my health declined,I was forcing something to work, doing all the ‘right’ things, yet nothing fell into place and I wasn’t content.

    I decided to quit altogether three months ago. The break has been amazing. My stress levels are way down, and my disatisfaction with my life has gone down too (bonus surprise side effect!)

    So now, I’m spending time with family, buckling down and pouring my energy into raising my children.

    That said, I know deep down that I MUST put something out into the world beyond the amazing work I’m doing now… And I was born to do that… But what? That is what I am racking my brain on now.

    Thanks for this post. I’ve shared it with my closest friends as well, those who ‘get it’ :)

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  16. Rachel Assuncao said:

    Great list. I notice for myself that all of the ones that have to do with me internally I feel spot on, but the ones that depend on other people are non existent. Something to ponder.

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    • Sandra said:

      Rachel – thx for sharing this. When I read them thru I noticed I got a big YES for some of them but not for others
      When I read your comment I realised I had the same experience as you described!
      Definately one to think on.

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  17. Gil Alan said:

    I’d say you nailed it Max… both in your explanation and breakdown, and in your own life purpose! ;)

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  18. Saul said:

    I have a great feeling about this 21 day challenge and about being introduced to Max at this particular moment on my journey… I feel a breakthrough will unfold in my life because of what im about to be exposed to. Very synchronistic and on my frequency… this is going to be great… Thanks for your work Max.

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  19. Ana Goncalves said:

    Hello Max,

    Thank you for a wonderful article. It is wonderful to meet you and like Saul I am here because of synchronicity. I resonate with every part and I feel this is true in every way when one is living life from the inside out and radiating that into life. Everything transforms and manifests itself when we are awakened and we are living a life from our essence. I will also be doing the 21 day challenge and am looking forward to embracing each new opportunity.

    Thank you again for your wonderful insight and for shining your light into the world.

    Blessings to you dear friend

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  20. Kathleen said:

    Thank you so much for this article. I am in Week #1 of my own acupuncture practice and I am receiving these confirmations everyday. I am so excited to tell you that this article and the points that you have brought up are another confirmation that I am truly living my life purpose every single day. And what a grateful and joyful feeling it is to be in that energy of living on purpose — and knowing I am supported by the community, my clients and Spirit everyday.

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