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Learning by Example

To see how your purpose might flow through all eight domains, let’s say your purpose is “to express creativity.” Then you might express your purpose in each domain as follows:

At work, you might be a creative problem solver, and you may have chosen a creative profession such as graphic design.

In the physical domain you could be creative in getting exercise, regularly varying sports and weight-training routines.

Financially, you might have designed a creative system for tracking your expenses.

Your leisure and creative domains could overlap as you pursue creative pastimes such as woodworking or beading, playing a musical instrument, or acting in community theater.

In your family you might bring creativity to celebrating holidays, telling bedtime stories, and performing everyday tasks.

In your spiritual life you could focus your creativity on daily practices to enrich yourself and others.

In the learning domain, your creativity might show up in ways to make learning fun.


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