Being on purpose is success redefined

Being on purpose is success redefined

Repost from Elephant Journal. Yes, I'm pretty excited they published something I wrote!

How I Redefined Success after Living my Purpose

I woke up on Monday morning feeling seriously depressed. It doesn’t happen often these days, but Monday morning I had a terminal case of pouty lip and foot stomping.

I was having a three year old tantrum because things just hadn’t gone the way I thought they should have. That I’d envisioned they would.

Deep inside my little girl was feeling rejected. She was taking things personally. She was hurting and thinking that she just plain sucks. Because she was comparing her insides to the perceived outsides of everyone else she sees online. You know, those happy smiley faces talking about six figure incomes that happened overnight, those pages with the constant messages of how everyone overcame their fear, ditched their anxiety and suddenly had 20,000 people “liking” their every step...

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How do you define success? How do you measure it? I’d love to hear your experience of this and whether you’ve had to change how you define success. Comment away below or on Facebook.

And as always, be happy. Be well.

And so be it.

Jane x

About Jane Treleaven

Jane Treleaven is a meditation teacher and health coach empowering people to be happy and well through just being, essentially being.

2 comments on “Being on purpose is success redefined

  1. Thank you 🙂 It’s so easy to lose perspective I can relate. Running a spiritual business is hard because we set our own goals and often forget those hard to measure ones like being an AMAZING power of example for others. You’re a HUGE success xxx

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