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Find Your True Calling In Life

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Hello, Alpha Testers.

I want to welcome you and say thank you for participating in the first version (alpha) of this course.

You are 7 beautiful people from every corner of the world: Canada, Australia, Nigeria, Switzerland, Ireland, USA and Croatia.

I have 2 objectives for this alpha test: 1) for you to find your life’s Calling and 2) help me refine the course to make it more effective.

How can we make this course more effective? It’s by letting me know about:

  • difficulty and failure points you encounter
  • questions that you have
  • general comments about length, exercises, etc.
  • creative ideas that you come up with
  • typos in the text or improved wordings
  • ideas on how to set up stakes (accountability) for success
  • delivery and timing of lessons
  • anything that runs through your mind…

Feel free to use the comments section of each page to write to me or if you want to tell me something in private then use email at araz@egohacking.com

 

Welcome

I am honoured that you are here. My name is Araz Jakalian and I will be your humble guide as you do the work to uncover your unique and personal Calling in life.

I am actually excited for you! Why? You may ask?

Because finding your true life’s Calling is something very special.

It’s special because you will KNOW why you are here on this planet. This knowing is very personal, comforting and empowering. It’s a major milestone in your life and may, very likely, lead to a pivot point in your life.

What you are about to embark on will not always be easy because the process of finding your Calling is really the process of (re-)discovering your self.

It may also be extra challenging, for some, because it’s not a rational or logical process. It does not involve making the “best” decision but rather the intuitively-guided one. I will show you how to learn to let go of logical thinking and start trusting yourself.

 

What Can You Expect From This Course?

You may be surprised to read that you already “know” your true Calling in life. It’s not something that you will create from nothing because it’s already present in you, but it’s hidden.

So this course will guide you through the process of discovering the necessary bits of information that are stored in your mind in order to uncover your 1) Mission in life and 2) the Expression of that Mission.

At the end of Lesson 4, you will have written down something very special, your Mission in life.

At the end of Lesson 5, you will have found the unique way that you Express your Mission in life.

I’m literally getting goosebumps as I write this because I’m excited for you. My own Calling is still the most personal, important and impactful thing I have ever written.

 

Some Guidance – Be Gentle & Patient With Yourself

Throughout this course, allow yourself to breath between (and within) the lessons. Patience is an absolute necessity.

Do not blast through the process in order to finish it as soon as possible but rather to relax into it and let the answers flow.

Be serious about finding your Calling but allow the process to happen in a gentle manner. Forcing it will inhibit your ability to find it.

Chasing success is like trying to squeeze a handful of water. The tighter you squeeze, the less water you get. ~ Wayne Dyer


Description Of The Lessons

Lesson 1: Understand The Difference Between Purpose, Mission, Expression & Calling

Theory
This lesson will clarify the “what” you are working towards.

Practice
Rational thinking will not be very helpful in this journey of finding your Calling. These exercises are meant to awaken and nurture your intuitive side.

 

Lesson 2: Learn To Use The Sword

Theory
Your true Calling is not something you create but something you uncover. That’s because it already exists in you. You already “know”, at an intuitive level, what you are meant to do. This information is not available to you at a conscious level because it is hidden from you.

Practice
In these exercises, you will 1) learn about the best tool to extract the information that’s stored in your mind and 2) train yourself to use it. If you were facing a dragon, then this would be the sword.

 

Lesson 3: Dig Deep

Theory
If we use the analogy that finding your Calling is like building a jigsaw puzzle, then lesson 3 is where we start to find and accumulate the pieces. Individual pieces will not necessarily make sense but once we start to place them in their respective positions, a clearer picture will gradually emerge.

Practice
Using the sword from Lesson 2, you will start hacking into the forest of your mind. The exercises will make you dig deep inside yourself and bring out important nuggets of information.

 

Lesson 4: Write Your Mission Statement

Theory
This is where it all comes together. You will learn how to differentiate between the useful pieces of the puzzle and those that are not needed.

Practice
By using the data from Lesson 3 and by following a very precise recipe, you will write your Mission as a statement.

 

Lesson 5: Uncover Your Expression

Theory
A Mission without a plan is not so useful. So what’s the best way to accomplish your Mission in life?

Practice
You will discover the method to identify your unique Expression.

 


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7 thoughts on “Find Your True Calling Dashboard

  1. Check errors in this paragraph (I have changed bits in CAPAITALS):
    It may also be extra challenging, for some, because it’s not a rational or logical process. It does not involve(D) making the “best” decision but rather the intuitively-guided one. I will show you (YOU) how to learn to let go of logical thinking and start trusting YOURSELF.

    1. And under that heading:
      Be serious about finding your Calling BY allowING the process to happen in a gentle manner. Forcing it will inhibit your ability to find it.

      1. Actually what I wanted to say was “Be serious about finding your Calling but allow the process to happen in a gentle manner.”

        Thanks for pointing it out.

  2. This is a great introduction and summary. I particularly like that you’ve laid out the 5 sessions in advance so we know what to expect and broken them down into Theory and Practice. I’ve never seen anyone do that (and I’m an online learning specialist) but I really love it.

    Regarding metaphors: love the sword and dragon one, don’t love the vomit one. Is there one you could use that’s equally visual but not so gross? Something to do with birthing maybe?

    1. Thank you for taking the time to tell me about the typos.
      I also appreciate your comments. I’m glad you like the structure of the course. I’m a strong believer in the importance of organizing content in a way to improve learning.

      I changed the vomit metaphor to “The exercises will make you dig deep into yourself and bring out important nuggets of information.” I just couldn’t relate with the birthing idea 🙂

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