A Multipotentialite-Friendly Guide to Finding Your Purpose
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A Multipotentialite-Friendly Guide to Finding Your Purpose

Written by Emilie

Topics: Life

Today I’d like to introduce you to a good friend of mine.

The first time I heard Jacob Sokol‘s name was on BlogcastFM, a long time ago. I was immediately blown away by his passion and down-to-earth vibe. Just listening to him made me want to jump out of my chair and go do something!

I’m not sure if it was the Queens accent or what, but there was something different about this guy. He was into personal development and motivational speaking, but he was actually– cool.

And so I proceeded to stalk Jacob on Twitter till he agreed to be my friend. ;)

Fast Forward 6 Months or So

When Jacob told me he was writing a guide on finding your purpose in life (he’ll tell you the exact story of that conversation we had over tea back in June), I warned him, “make sure you make it multipotentialite-friendly! Don’t push people to choose one purpose to the exclusion of others…” Well thankfully, that was not a problem.

And so I’m honoured to introduce you to my friend Jacob Sokol. His guide rocks, but even if you don’t pick it up, you should definitely take a peak around his community, Sensophy!

Download the first chapter of Living on Purpose. (Thanks for making this available to the Puttypeep, Jacob!)

And make sure to check out Jacob’s new guide, Living on Purpose.

5 Comments

  1. Jacob Sokol says:

    Hahaha! That was great. Thanx Em!

  2. Awesome! Can’t wait to read the first chapter! Thank you both for sharing it with us. :) xo

  3. Lesley says:

    “When people ask ‘what do you do?’ they’re really asking you ‘who are you?'”. YES…

    I hate that question. Sometimes I want to ask people “oh…do you mean what’s my job, or what do I ‘do’? Because they’re completely different things” haha.

    Jacob you must have had such an amazing journey in Europe! So much soul searching, and to do it alone and give yourself that time to reflect, I think a lot of people could benefit from a similar sort of pilgrimage.

    I’m currently in the thick of the hunt for purpose as we speak, and I’m so glad there are people like you and Emilie out there helping others discover things about themselves that you’ve discovered about yourselves as well.

    :)