My Job Is To Uplift Others

My Job Is To Uplift Others

After consistent writing one night into the small hours of the morning, I was drawn to write down my life purpose, my reason for feeling so enthused about what I do, my thoughts of what was important for me, and this is what was inspired.

CONFESSION #299 … MY JOB IS TO UPLIFT OTHERS … not to point out their weaknesses.

My job is to turn negative perceptions into life giving ones.
My job is to give hope where hope has been lost.
My job is to talk about what’s possible, not to get into conversations about what’s impossible.
My job is to spread good news, not to regurgitate the bad.
My job is to encourage each persons uniqueness, not to get everyone to agree.
My job is to celebrate individuality, not to promote sameness.

My job is to soothe you into loving yourself more, to inspire you to remember the precious connection to your higher self, to see your incredible magnificence reflected in the eyes of everyone else and assist you to align with your own soul.

My job is not really a job at all, it’s something I do for my own utter pleasure, that stimulates, elevates and aligns me with my knowing of who I really am.

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So if there’s something I can do for you, if there’s a reason you’re here, if you’re inspired to connect, just leave a message in the comment box below and we’ll take it from there. I appreciate YOU being here.

Published byElizabeth Richardson

Elizabeth Richardson currently lives on The Gold Coast Of Australia and is a Content Creator, Web Designer and Author of the International Best Seller 500 Confessions. Her writings have been strongly influenced by the teachings of Abraham-Hicks™. Elizabeth worked as a Professional Counselor, has trained to lead Group Therapy Workshops, attended many seminars by Robert Kiyosaki (world renowned best selling author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad), studied Strategic Intervention with Anthony Robbins and Cloé Madanes and is a certified Conscious Breathing Practitioner (Australian Institute Of Rebirthing). These days Elizabeth enjoys a life of freedom and contributes where she feels most valued and inspired. Her passion for living, loving and laughing, remains at the forefront of my focus.

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