Use Your Pain To Help Others

May 16, 2018

Overcome your past to create a life of purpose that creates massive impact in the world.Hand writing Purpose with blue marker on transparent wipe board.

I’m a great believer that nothing happens to you in life… it happens for you. 

To help you grow.

To make you stronger.

To define your purpose in life.

To drive you to success.

To help you make this world a better place!

The trouble is, most people become victims. They see their problems as part of them, not something that’s helping them grow and understand themselves. They build their issues into their personality, taking on its form and all its horrendous aspects.

Of course, you don’t have to live your life that way.

You don’t have to be a victim.

There is another way…

No matter how bad your past.

No matter how horrific your life has been.

No matter how deep your pain.

No matter how strongly the victim is embedded into you life.

There is a way forward…

You can leave all the bad stuff behind you as you learn to embrace your problems and pain to purposely help and support others who are going through the same problems as you.

To start the process, simply acknowledge your pain… your problems… your issues.

And then, accept that everything in your life is designed to make you stronger and teach you lessons about yourself and about life.

And that in turn, gives you purpose in life.

You are a unique individual, but your issues are shared my many.

Your purpose in life is to help others who have suffered like you and to prevent others from having to suffer the same agonies that you’ve endured through your life.

Your mission starts here…

Come to terms with your past.

Come to terms with your pain.

Cast out your demons.

Your journey of purpose has already started.

Now, it’s time to make sense of what life has thrown at you and start to direct your energy and expertise to help and support others.

They need you.

They need your help.

They need your support.

Keith Jones





Keith Jones
Living a Life of Purpose