In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by David Loy
On this week’s episode, a recently retired teacher and principal asks what to do when you’ve lost your purpose. She spends time with her kids and grandchildren, but after 45 years in education no longer feels needed.
By understanding the butterfly effect, you could make a case that an afternoon with a grandchild could make as much difference long-term as an hour with a stadium full of people.
- Time spent with a grandchild is precious—not just for them, but for all of us.
- You are shaping the world we all live in.
Create some kind of ministry or business based on passing along the wisdom you’ve accrued.
- You may find you have much more purpose now because you’re at a point where you have the experience to lay things out.
- As you lay out what you think people ought to do, fully explain why that is so. Prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.
- So many people forget that some of the greatest businesses and ministries took years and years of preparations before they could make an impact.
If there was no more purpose for you to be here, you wouldn’t be breathing.
- You may not know what your purpose is right now, but you need to look very closely at your circumstances and get to work going after it.
- The very fact you’re still here tells me you have not fulfilled your purpose—the most important part of your life is still ahead of you.
Tune in to hear Andy’s best advice for harnessing the hard-earned knowledge you’ve won and getting it out to the most people possible.
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