164 – How to discover you life purpose

Nietzsche said, “He who has a why to live can bear almost any how.” Likewise, Nadia believes that knowing your purpose leads to achieving your dream life, keeps your fears at bay, and makes you more resilient. 

According to Nadia, we all have a purpose, but not everyone gets the chance to tap into it. For this reason, Nadia shares a pearl of her wisdom on how to discover our own purpose in life. For one, the key is learning to accept and embrace the unknown. She encourages you to learn to explore the ideas in your mind because time goes on, even if you don’t. Moreover, Nadia highlights the value of time to properly manage and use it wisely: you can either get frustrated or get busy. 

At the end of the day, discovering your purpose allows you to overcome any challenge, suffering, or misfortune and situates you in a place of happiness, peace, and meaningful life. Finally, Nadia is telling us to not let fear rule and control our lives. After all, life is a journey that’s meant to be explored. 

About the author, Nadia

CEO & Founder of Avesence® skincare, alchemist Nadia Fleury & Podcast Host of Assertive Radiance, mixes ancient wisdom with modern science to connect Beauty, Mind & Soul with Purpose.


  1. Pati on 08/08/2021 at 3:17 PM

    Nadia, at the beginning of your episode you’d mentioned that you’d asked two doctors “Why” they chose their profession. Both stories hit home for me this afternoon. Both were young when they chose their profession. They pursued from the inspiration offered; one by seeing and feeling the experience of the delivery, and the other one listened and followed through. It’s awesome to hear that there are many ways to find your purpose. Some of us discover our purpose later in life, and some change at different stages in life. Love it! There was so much more inspiration in your episode. Thank you!

    • Nadia Fleury on 08/10/2021 at 12:42 PM

      Hi, Pati, You are so welcome!

      Yes, it is amazing to discover your life purpose, especially at a young age. It certainly wasn’t my case, as it took me more than 40 years to find mine. I remember feeling frustrated every time I would be hitting a dead-end. Of course, at the time, I didn’t realize that God was making sure I get to learn a particular lesson I wouldn’t have learned any other way. What kept me going was something my son’s second-grade teacher once said: “God gives all of us many gifts; we just don’t open them all at the same time.”

      Thank you so much for taking the time to write and for your kind words.


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