#1 … Top 10 Posts from 2015 — Let Your Life Speak — How to Understand Your Vocational Call

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I have been sharing my top blogs posts from 2015. It’s time for #1!

The #1 post from 2015 was …

Let Your Life Speak — How to Understand Your Vocational Call

Interestingly, this “top post” received twice as much interest as the next closest post last year. This likely speaks to many realities, not the least of which is how much people are interested in discerning their sense of vocation and calling. We want to be about work that matters. We want to carry out this calling in a manner that let’s our life speak.

So, how do you discern your vocational path? How do you decide what your contribution to the world will be? What is your vocational calling?

These are big questions. How we understand our work and the contribution we make to the world is vital from our earliest days of vocational discernment on through adulthood.

  • It is vital for teens as they consider potential pathways for further education and future work.
  • It is vital for adults as they work to make ends meet for their family, and particularly as they seek to do so in a manner that is fulfilling to them personally and meaningful to others societally.
  • It is vital to all engaged in any form of vocation because our work lives occupy the majority of our waking hours.

Understanding the importance of vocational discernment is one thing. Understanding how to approach this process of vocational discernment is quite another.

I invite you to reflect on your process of vocational discernment as you engage Purpose in Leadership’s #1 post from 2015…

Let Your Life Speak — How to Understand Your Vocational Call

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