Finding your life purpose can cause pressure when everyone is asking you what you want to do with your life.
As a young child I had no idea what I wanted to do. You would have heard the crickets’ sounds if you would have asked me. Looking back at what I have done and where I worked, from the outside it would have looked like I was all over the place. But, in fact, that wasn’t true, I was just following the map on how to get away from where I was to where I needed to be.
From the Club Med to all the companies I worked for, looking at my resume could be intimidating for some while others would be thinking “she is not stable”. She has changed jobs too many times. It could send a red flag, but in fact, if you are looking at it closely you would realize it is not what it seems.
We must learn our lessons in our life. This means you could have moved from one job when your lesson was learned in the best-case scenario, or you have jumped ship and will have to redo the same lesson, but with a different company until you have successfully completing your lesson.
I have been working in companies that needed my help to move to the next level. Yielding the need to have someone to stabilize a group or leading the changes that were needed for that company to grow. But as everything in life you have to account for the reality you are not alone in that boat but instead you have to work with others to get things done.
When the people in that company are ready to make the right changes, you can rest assured success is on its way. But in most cases when you have too many people running in different directions, chaos is a way of life. Egos are on the prowl to make sure everyone gets a piece of the cake regardless if this is for the greater good of the company. This can become a recipe for disaster. Sooner or later you come to the realization that as much as you want to help that company, management is not open to do it, regardless of the fact the Universe sent you there to help. The law of free will still applies. When the head of a company makes the wrong choices, it will turn that company upside down unable to curb the changes that are needed for the company to grow. Leaving the company to slowly but surely unravel while opening the door for a competitor to take over their market share.