Do Not Let COVID-19 Lock You Down

Posted on: 23rd Apr 2020

Staying indoors can be frustrating but it can also present the opportunity to discover something unique about yourself that will transform your life and your goals.

How do you discover your life purpose during this lockdown?

  1. Write down your 5-year plan

Write down everything you would like to achieve in the next five years, then break them into smaller goals. It does not matter how big your goals are, just write them down.

For example, if you want to double your income, you need to break down to how much you must achieve each year to get to your long-term goal.


  1. Find Your Natural Turf

People often overlook the talents or traits that come naturally to them.

Think about what you could be doing with your unique talents and explore those things, no matter how mundane they seem. The easier it is for you, the likelier you have a calling in that area.


  1. Explore New Things

Take up hobbies or learn new ways of doing old things. You could discover something you enjoy in the process.

This lockdown is the best time to take up music, arts, cooking, business, writing, strategy or anything else that holds your interest.


  1. Explore your Passion.

Sometimes, we hear stories that connect to us on an emotional level.

Your purpose may lie in the causes that stir your emotions deeply enough for you to try to want to do something about it.

For example, a passion for volunteer work points to a bigger purpose in humanitarian work.


  1. Seek the opinion of your closest connections

Self-realization takes seeing yourself through the eyes of the people that know you the most.

Ask those around you what they think about you and what they feel you might be interested in.


  1. Get a mentor

Now is a great opportunity to seek out someone you admire and respect to mentor you.

There is a lot of time to have deep, long conversations and work on personal and professional growth. A mentor could help you grow towards your purpose in life.


  1. Read Widely


According to Mark Twain, a renowned writer and lecturer “The person who won’t read has no advantage over the one who can’t read.” 

Reading can help you work through feelings. The words you read can uplift, entertain and elevate your mood, making you feel happier. You learn about different people, different places, different cultures, and different beliefs. You understand the intricacies of human behavior, actions and that makes you a better decision-maker


  1. Secure Tomorrow

While working on today, pay attention to tomorrow. One of the easiest ways to do so is by getting a life insurance plan to ensure that no matter how the future goes, you and your loved ones are safe and secure.

Let’s help you get started on this journey.


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