"How to Determine Your Life's Work"This is the time of year countless individuals assess their lives. With the New Year just around the corner, we may be asking: “Have I accomplished all I wanted to over the last year?”

The most common goals people set at the beginning of each year are to lose weight, quit smoking, make more money and once and for all, do what they love. Yet, within a short period of time, most people give up on their intentions. They lose sight of what they really want.

Imagine a life where you wake up every day knowing you are on your path AND making great money doing so.

There are people fulfilling their life’s work each and every day. The right focus, thoughts, beliefs, choices, and actions are essential to success. It’s easy to find excuses and reasons why things can’t be done, why they are not working, and why success eludes us.

Two very simple ways to begin doing your life’s work is to make a commitment and take action. A proven way to create abundance is to be willing to share your abundance with others.

Whether you call it tithing, sharing, donating or simply gifting, sharing your abundance opens up the floodgates for more abundance. There’s just one thing, you must share with no expectations of getting anything in return.

Many will say: “When I have more, I will share.”

The truth is this—when you make giving an expression of who you are, the Universe responds in kind. You must start right where you are.

With the holidays upon us, there are ample places to share. Regardless of how much or to whom, the greatest gift you can give yourself and others is to share with no attachment to the outcome.

Be blessed and be a blessing.


Kathleen Gage is the “no-nonsense, common sense” speaker, author, product creation specialist and owner of Power Up for Profits.

She works with speakers, authors, coaches and consultants who have a higher purpose in what they do. Kathleen’s clients are driven by making a difference through their own unique voice. Gage’s mission is to help people understand that their business is merely a means to get their message out to the world. She teaches that it’s not just about what you do,  but the reasons behind why you do it.