We have to “go through to grow through,” is a quote that comes to mind when I think of finding our purpose. Each individual has his or her unique journey. Along this journey one often experiences the complexities of life.
The unpredictability of where this journey may lead can be frightening. While in the midst of our journey, obstacles may be viewed as struggles, making it difficult to embrace the process.
What if each difficult moment is meant to enhance one’s character? What if the struggle in the journey was designed to prepare one for success? There is no elevator to success you must take the stairs!
The tools we use to manage life’s trials and tribulations are the same tools we use to find our purpose during pursuit of success. I challenge you to view your approach in difficult situations. Where are you in the progression of discovering your purpose? How has your unique journey impacted you? Please share your thoughts and/or experiences.



  1. This is a great article. I like how your suggesting us to think differently in the mist of obstacles. Why not look at your difficult moment as an opportunity to grow? This has really helped me. Thank you!

  2. I absolutely love this part “There is no elevator to success you must take the stairs!” Great motivation….knowing that after a storm flowers bloom helps us get through the tough times. I believe for it to work for you, you have to believe it and embrace. To reap the grand result you have to have faith…right. Great blog post!

    1. Oftentimes when we are in the midst of tough times we lose sight of the bigger picture. For this reason I encourage folks to find their “why.” Our “why” will carry us through tough times. Thank you for your response.

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